I grew up in Alaska, which is far away from politics, so I became interested in the Constitution at a young age. When I was 15, I went on a tour of the history of the United States. It was one of the most interesting trips I've ever been on. It was a great experience that got me interested in history and government.
There was a movement to disparage the way our schools taught traditional history. It didn't surprise me much that my teacher had completely different ideas than what I heard on my tour. But, to his credit, he wasn't like what we see today in universities and even in primary and secondary schools.
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