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A More Perfect Constitution: 23 Proposals to Revitalize our Constitution and Make America a Fairer Country A More Perfect Constitution: 23 Proposals to Revitalize our Constitution and Make America a Fairer Country

by Dr. Larry J. Sabato

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Publisher's Weekly
“Sabato, founder of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia, ventures bravely into the controversial waters of constitutional reform…While there's room for skepticism and unintended consequences in some of his suggestions, Sabato makes strong, cogent arguments.”

“Sabato’s thought-provoking book provides insights for an important debate.”

Library Journal
[Sabato’s proposals in A More Perfect Constitution] “are all interesting and well conveyed here. This is food for thought deserving a place in public libraries.”

From North Carolina's Charlotte Observer
[A More Perfect Constitution] “will launch an ambitious project. Sabato seeks to create a national discussion about changes needed to create a better Constitution, one suited to the needs of a 21st-century superpower that spans a continent….These are controversial proposals, worthy of debate.”

[Within the pages of A More Perfect Constitution] “there's something for everyone here -- from expanding the U.S. Senate to term limits and a balanced budget amendment.”

From Great Britain's The Independent
“Fascinating” writes British Journalist Rupert Cornell of A More Perfect Constitution in a review for London’s, The Independent. “Sabato” writes Cornell, “has some pretty ambitious retooling proposals to update the Constitution without altering its essence and fundamental balance.”