Author Boyd Harrison’s new book “The Constitution of the United States" explores changes the author believes are necessary to repair people's trust in their government

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Recent release “The Constitution of the United States: Updated for Better Government in the Twenty-First Century Second Edition” from Page Publishing author Boyd Harrison is an eye-opening read that discusses the author's proposed ideas and changes he would make to the American Constitution in order to fix the problems that have arisen in the current American political landscape.

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Boyd Harrison, a retired senior officer of the U.S. military who served as a senior executive service leader in the U.S. government, with thirty-one years of federal service, has completed his new book “The Constitution of the United States: Updated for Better Government in the Twenty-First Century Second Edition”: a thought-provoking proposal of various alterations to the Constitution that the author believes would help modernize the document and repair the faltering democracy of America.

The Constitution of the United States is Broken!

“The Constitutional democracy of the United States has been severely challenged in recent times by President Donald J. Trump and the 115th through the 117th Congresses. They have shown us that the Constitution, as currently written and interpreted, is in dire need of revision in many areas. The public’s trust of the Congress and the Presidency is low, with little cooperation between the political parties to solve the nation’s problems. Recently, the Supreme Court, which has been highly respected historically, has fallen out of public trust due to excessive politicization. Many would say we get the government we deserve—because we, in our majority rule-based system, voted for it. The American people deserve a government that works for them since it is from the citizens that the government derives its power and authority. But all too often the leaders in government forget who the boss is—who they represent and serve,” said author Boyd Harrison.

“In this highly revised second edition, [I present] specific areas, based on recent events, where the Constitution of the United States needs to be changed and updated for modern times and to meet current challenges. The Founding Fathers were not perfect, and while they wrote a brilliant document for their times, they recognized during their deliberations and debates the need for compromise and the limitations of their efforts. [I offer] these revisions to begin the conversation and debate as to what changes are necessary in order to improve the original form of government created in 1787, to preserve the republic for future generations, and to ‘…form a more perfect Union…’”

Published by Page Publishing, Boyd Harrison’s fascinating analysis of the modern problems plaguing America and its democracy is built upon the author’s studying the nation's laws, government, and the Constitution itself through his years of service. Harrison lays out his suggestions with the hope of inspiring his readers to think critically about the current state of the American government, and what can be done to steer it away from the crash course it is currently on.

Readers who wish to experience this poignant work can purchase “The Constitution of the United States: Updated for Better Government in the Twenty-First Century Second Edition” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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