Excerpt from How the Republic Is Governed
In the fifth article of the Constitution it is provided that the instrument may be amended in the following manner: Congress may at any time propose amendments thereto, provided two-thirds of the members of each house Of Congress Shall vote in favor Of said amend ments and then the proposed amendments Shall be submitted to the States and be ratified by the Legislatures Of, or by conventions of, three-fourths of said States. Or, Congress may, on the application Of the Legislatures of two thirds Of the States, call a convention Of dele gates, or deputies, to propose amendments to the Constitution, such amendments to be sub sequently acted upon by the State Legisla tures, as before provided.
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