Create Your Own Constitution?
Yes, we’re talking, “We the people,” et al.
Now, Google headquarters has launched a new website that allows users to read, search, and compare constitutions. Is there anything Google can’t do?
The site, Constitute, offers the chance to browse 160 different constitutions. In their search, users can look at the documents from specific tags such as religion, civil rights, year, and country.
Innovation at its finest, the Comparative Constitutions Project is aiming to ease the process the writing new constitutions. There are limits to viewing past country’s constitutions because of language barriers and library access.
In a press release, Google said it hopes users will use Constitute to advance their own knowledge about constitutions, whether it’s their native country or another across the world.
Will you be using Constitute for your constitutional writing needs?