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Copy of Constitution headed to Crystal Bridges

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A rare copy of the U.S. Constitution that sold for $43.2 million at auction last week is headed to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas.

The buyer, hedge fund manager Kenneth Griffin, will lend the document to Crystal Bridges for public viewing.

Last week, a group of cryptocurrency investors was outbid in the auction.

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It would nice if The Constitution could find its way into our Public Schools and universities and our young people would be taught REAL American history, warts and all versus this made up SJW history where “America is the most racist evil country in the world”. I guess thats why people of all colors risk their lives trying to get here.

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