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Head Locke Episode 012: Is The U.S. Constitution Obsolete?

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Head Locke Episode 012: Is The U.S. Constitution Obsolete?

 
 
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According to a recent Pew Research Center survey, 61 percent of Americans believe that “significant changes are needed in the fundamental design and structure of American government to make it work in current times.”  In this episode, Terry and Kory use Pew survey results to ask tough questions about our political institutions.  Has our political system run its course?  Should we scrap the Electoral College?  Should the U.S. Supreme Court use the past or present to interpret the Constitution?  Are term limits and a balanced budget amendment good ideas?  Some of the answers may surprise you.

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