It’s no secret the balance of power between the federal government, the states, and the people has been tipping more and more towards the feds. It seems that there isn’t enough power in the world to quench their thirst. What can the states and the people do to reclaim some of that power and restore liberty? The Constitution provides a couple avenues for recourse. One is an Article V “Convention for Proposing Amendments.” This differs from a Constitutional Convention however. In this iVoices.org podcast Professor Rob Natelson explains that important difference, and how an Article V convention can save our great union by restoring liberty for the states and the people, respectively. The research Rob cites is his own from a series of articles published at our sister think tank the Goldwater Institute. In the next few weeks, the Independence Institute will also be publishing Rob’s work. Keep your eye out for that, and keep checking in on Rob’s personal blog here at Independence – constitution.i2i.org.