To: Michael McKell,
Subject: Part 3 of 8: Proof the Founders Wanted a Laser-Targeted Article V Convention
Date: Sun Jan 11 20:26:58 MST 2015
Thank you for your attention again to our 8 part series demonstrating through Founding Era evidence that the Founders intended and expected for the states to laser-target the Article V convention to desired amendments specified in their application. This premise is the foundation of the Compact for America approach to amending the Constitution by Article V convention.
Today’s link furnishes the words of James Madison himself in Federalist No. 43 as “Exhibit C.”
PS. If you missed Exhibits A and B, you can find them here:
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