Lessons to Remember?

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Pollsters asked 18- to 29-year-olds and people 65 and older the following: "Thinking back to when you studied the Constitution in school, would you say that your teachers taught it in a dull and forgettable way, in an interesting and memorable way, or don't you remember enough to say?"

SOURCE: Public Agenda

Vol. 22, Issue 4, Page 3

Published in Print: September 25, 2002, as Lessons to Remember?
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