The United States Senate (People elected) is an independent political body with dictatorial powers. A group of senators (People elected) might dictate rather than legislate resulting in trying to gain control of the government
Charleston, WVA (PRWEB) November 05, 2012
Daniel H. Marchi explains how “… the 17th Amendment requires the people of a State’s Government to select two United States senators to the United States Federal Government relegating the United States Senate to be non-proportional represented,” in his new political text "17th Amendment...Rescind!!! " (published by AuthorHouse).
Marchi, the author of “10th Amendment Secures a Republic Form of Government!” brings his political prowess back to tackle another amendment. Marchi dives deep into the 17th Amendment and politics to uncover how the state government legislature and their constituents, as well as the populace of America have been affected since the amendment came into effect in 1913.
One point he brings up is:
“The United States Senate (People elected) is an independent political body with dictatorial powers. A group of senators (People elected) might dictate rather than legislate resulting in trying to gain control of the government.”
Throughout the book, Marchi shows, through math, how ridding the Constitution of the 17th Amendment will help restore an American republic-type of government that, as he explains, “… will restore the right of representation to each individual.” He achieves this with easy to follow diagrams and helpful explanations that help guide the reader toward their ultimate decision.
About the Author
Daniel H. Marchi resides in Charleston, W. Va., where he continues to practice mathematics and indulge his love of politics.
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