A constitutional conversation

How do you solve a problem like America? A land where speech is free – but hate rules the airwaves. A land of opportunity – where 40 million people live in poverty. A land of democracy – where the majority of Americans are under-represented in national…

How do you solve a problem like America? A land where speech is free - but hate rules the airwaves. A land of opportunity - where 40 million people live in poverty. A land of democracy - where the majority of Americans are under-represented in national government. Award winning journalist Brian Palmer asks if the near sacred text is fit for modern governance. Does the electoral college deliver adequate representation for everybody? Is the Constitution key to solving America’s ills?

This post was originally published on The Documentary Podcast.


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