Since the 1960s, leading academics and other commentators have claimed that the composition and protocols of the Constitution’s “Convention for proposing Amendments” are unknowable, subject to congressional control, or both. Today those claims are on a collision course with growing public sentiment for an amendments convention to address federal dysfunction.
Robert G. Natelson,
Is the Constitution’s Convention for Proposing Amendments a “Mystery”? Overlooked Evidence in the Narrative of Uncertainty,
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