Constitution Study Radio: Lesson 13, Amendments, Convention

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Lesson 13: Article V. - Amendments, Convention

The Rule of Law is a standard given to us by the United States Constitution, but it can be changed.  The Founding Fathers, in their wisdom, enabled us to change the Constitution as necessary, through the amendment process.  But the Houses of Congress are not the only ones able to propose amendments.  The States can too, through what is called an Article V. Convention.  In fact, there are three kinds of convention, and today we will talk about all of them, and the benefits, and dangers, of each of them.

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