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Constitution Day Count

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Sep 5 2011
Data visualization, Constitution, Jul. 14, 2011, Anonymous, Wordle

Constitution Day is coming up! In its original handwritten form, the Constitution filled four single-sided sheets of parchment. How does this compare with other central documents in U.S. history? Drag these documents into order from shortest (lowest word count) at the top to longest (highest word count) at the bottom.

    • The Constitution
    • The Civil Rights Act of 1964
    • The Emancipation Proclamation
    • The Declaration of Independence