6/4/2014 - National Constitution Center – Constitution Daily –
When ‘swearing’ in public is OK, and your constitutional duty, too by
Here’s a taste:
A government official recently took her oath of office on an [e-reader device, possibly] an Amazon Kindle, leading us to examine the rather unique history of public swearing-in ceremonies as part of one’s constitutional duty.
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For Why this U.S. ambassador was sworn in on a Kindle continue here ,
For a Washington Post take on the story continue here.