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    Note: Scattered throughout the text are notes explaining how various parts of the original document have been superseded, modified, restricted, or replaced by amendment. The amendments have reciprocal notes explaining which parts of the original version each effects. Both type of notes are links. For example Article I, section 3, clause 1, has a note explaining that certain words in it are "superseded" by the first clause of the 17th Amendment.
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    Note: At any time while searching the Constitution, you can click on links ( Heritage     Beeman ) to commentary from "The Penguin Guide to the United States Constitution" by Richard Beeman or The Heritage Foundation's "Guide to the Constitution".
Note: The text of the Constitution utilized herein is the transcript of the Constitution published by The National Archives.     (Please report any discrepancies to editor@ReadYourConstitution.us)
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