On Friday, the U.S. Constitution turned 223 years old. But how many Americans have actually read it or even know what it says? How do adults of all ages and levels of education do when quizzed on basic elements of the Constitution? Why is it important for us to know the Constitution thoroughly? How is the Constitution impacted by some recent political debates here in Washington? And how would the framers react to what their founding document has created? We discuss all these questions with Rich Brake, co-chair of the National Civic Literacy Board at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute.