Constitution Archives Quiz – Monday, March 17, 2014

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Question for Monday, March 17:

In her essay about Federalist No. 63, Janine Turner equates the movement to pass the 17th Amendment to what movement happening today?

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  1. Doug Cook
    Doug Cook says:

    Janine is drawing a parallel to the populist movement to eliminate the Electoral College system of voting in Presidential Elections. Very similar to how the 17th was couched as the antidote to the poison that the 16th amendment injected into Federalism, elimination of the Electoral College portends to solve a perceived problem of unfair elections. While there is a demonstrated tendency for candidates to focus their campaigns on states yielding the greatest Electoral prize, the proposed solution brings US much closer to a system of mob rule and places another nail in the coffin for Federalism.


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