Scalia: Repeal the 17th Amendment

Prog Era boner keyed post-Constitutional Era
At the end, the two were asked what they would change about the Constitution. “Not much,” Breyer said. “It’s a miracle and we see that through” our work. Scalia called the writing of the Constitution “providential,” and the birth of political science.

“There’s very little that I would change,” he said. “I would change it back to what they wrote, in some respects. The 17th Amendment has changed things enormously.”

That amendment allowed for U.S. Senators to be elected by the people, rather than by individual state legislatures.

“We changed that in a burst of progressivism in 1913, and you can trace the decline of so-called states’ rights throughout the rest of the 20th century. So, don’t mess with the Constitution.”

Breyer countered that change has sometimes been needed.
(from theblaze.com)

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