2002 Edition, with 2004 supplement. "Conatins an annotated Constiutution of the United States and analysis of cases decided by the Supreme Court of the United States as they relate to the Constitution."
Also the 1992 edition, with supplements in 1996, 1998 and 2000.
"The Constitutional Sources Project began in February 2005 with the mission to create the first complete, reliable, easy-to-use and fully searchable online database of original source materials for the United States Constitution so that scholars, educators, lawyers, judges, and government personnel could have free remote access to them."
This site was launched in September, 2007 with new content being added over time.
In print, this is a 5 volume, 3200 page work, edited by Philip B. Kurland and Ralph Lerner, published in 1986 by the University of Chicago. An annotated Constitution with historical writings giving context to the provisions of the Constitution.
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