Catherine has been teaching U.S. Government and History for more than ten years. She works to make it interesting for adults and students of all ages.
She began a study of the Electoral College for a friend more than a decade ago, and has continued to study it, and teach about it since. Recently she was asked to contribute an article on the Electoral College to a major work on the American Government.
Catherine is a conservative, who believes the U.S. Constitution is the bedrock our the U.S. Government, and that belief shows for in all of her related materials.
Catherine has authored numerous books on the Constitution and Economics, including:
Understanding (and Teaching) the United States Constitution
The Philadelphia Convention: A Play for Many Readers (a detailed look at the convention, based on James Madison's detailed notes of the debates)
There Ought to Be a Law (Or Should There Be?)
Failure in Philadelphia? (historical fiction about the Constitutional Convention, told through the eyes of a young British spy)
The Philadelphia Convention: In Their Own Words (diary entries, letters and more to and from the delegates in Philadelphia)
Simply Put: A Study in Economics