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John Miller / Associated Press

Zeldon Nelson, the chief executive officer of the National Center for Constitutional Studies, poses in the shipping center located in the basement of his home on his 700-acre family farm just north of the Utah-Idaho border in Malta, Idaho. The Tea Party Patriots national umbrella group is promoting Nelson’s center as a constitutional resource for public school children, but some groups including the Washington, D.C.-based Constitutional Accountability Center say using a group that believes the constitution is divinely inspired is “indoctrination, not education.”


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