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LNGenZ News for Kids: Civics

Prince Harry: The First Amendment Is ‘Bonkers’

The U.K.’s Prince Harry has once again to stirred up American media, this time for calling the First Amendment “bonkers” on a… Read More

Yellow Journalism: A Legacy of Sensationalism

Journalism is supposed to be one of the most honorable professions. In fact, the First Amendment of the United States… Read More

A Primer on Republics

A republic is a government being ruled by representatives voted for and elected by the citizens. Although the people do… Read More

The Sixth Amendment: A Person’s Rights in Court

The Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects important rights for people who are accused of committing a crime. Like… Read More

What Is Court-Packing?

Article III of the Constitution created the United States Supreme Court, but it didn’t give much detail about how the… Read More

The Age of Enlightenment: What Would America Be Without It?

The Western world became a beacon of justice, freedom, and prosperity because of the ideas in the Age of Enlightenment,… Read More

The Fifth Amendment: Guaranteeing the Rights of the Accused

The Fifth Amendment is one of the most important parts of the U.S. Constitution. It was established to protect people… Read More

The Purpose and Power of the British Monarchy Today

When the thirteen colonies of British America declared their independence from King George III, it sparked the Revolutionary War. The… Read More

Third Amendment: A Response to Housing British Soldiers

The Third Amendment states that “No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent… Read More

Understanding the Legislative Process

The legislative branch, as one of the three branches of the federal government, is the group responsible for creating the… Read More

How the Senate Works

Both houses of Congress – the House of Representatives and the Senate – have similar jobs. Representatives and senators both… Read More