The Great American Business & Economics Press (GABBY Press) Publishes Reclaiming The American Democratic Impulse

Top Quote More democracy, not less, will restore the rule of law in America. End Quote
  • Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC (1888PressRelease) April 12, 2017 - Vass noted that Sean Wilentz, in The Rise of American Democracy: Jefferson to Lincoln, provided a detailed account of how farmers and common citizens have turned to increased democratic activism in troubled times.

    "Some influential conservative writers, such as Mark Levin, in The Liberty Amendments, promote the enactment of multiple amendments to the U. S. Constitution, using the second method of amendment outlined in Article V of the Constitution of 1788, to restore the rule of law," said Vass.

    Vass noted that attempting to repair the damaged U. S. Constitution with Levin's multiple amendments, using the second method of amendment, was impractical. "The second method of amendment has never been successful," noted Vass, "because Hamilton and Madison deliberately made that method impossible."

    Vass argues that America is vulnerable to a socialist transformation because Madison's constitution did not proclaim that individual liberty was the end goal of their institutional separation of powers.

    "Levin's amendments do not add the required philosophical remedy to the Federalist's flaw of omitting the goal of the Union," she said.

    "The pathway back to individual liberty and freedom," said Vass, "means reclaiming the American Democratic Impulse."

    About GABBY Press: GABBY publishes books about constitutional economics, technology innovation, and the relationship between the rule of law and economic growth. This new book is the eighth book written by Vass. All her books are available at Amazon. Visit for more information about GABBY Press.

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