Meet the Constitution: The 17th Amendment

Posted on October 29, 2013. Filed under: Founding Fathers, Government, History, United States Constitution | Tags: , |

It’s been awhile since I worked on my Constitution page, but I have added a new article to it on the 17th Amendment to the Constitution; the amendment that changes how Senators are elected.

As I was doing research on this piece, I ran across a liberal article where the subject was reform of the US Senate. It was not my intention to rebut this article, but I had to in order to highlight how some people perceive that the government should work versus how the Constitution outlined it. In the end, I had to rebut the entire article, because the author did little in the way of research, and it also shows how our educational institutions have failed people by teaching them how the government is supposed to work under the Constitution.

You can read the entire article here.

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