How to Amend the Constitution Safely and Without Congress — According to the Founders

December 9, 2010 by Rob Natelson
Filed under: All Postings, Article V, The Founding 

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Would you like to see a constitutional amendment balancing the budget, imposing term limits, allowing the states to veto federal regulations — or for any other reason?

Then check out Amending the Constitution by Convention – A More Complete View of the Founders’ Plan.  It is the first of my “how to” Issue Papers on obtaining needed constitutional amendments without the consent of Congress.

Our friends at the Goldwater Institute originally published an earlier version of this paper.  But now it has been updated and supplemented especially for Independence Institute readers!

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