Conventional wisdom : the alternate Article V mechanism for proposing amendments to the U.S. Constitution / John R. Vile.

"Article V of the Constitution allows two-thirds majorities of both houses of Congress to propose amendments to the document and a three-fourths majority of the states to ratify them. Scholars and frustrated advocates of constitutional change have often criticized this process for being too dif...

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Main Author: Vile, John R.
Format: Electronic
Published: University of Georgia Press, [2016]
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