Five hundred years from now, ex-corporate mercenary Koko Martstellar is swaggering through an easy early retirement as a brothel owner on The Sixty Islands, a manufactured tropical resort archipelago known for its sex and simulated violence. Surrounded by slang-drooling boywhores and synthetic komodo dragons, Koko finds the most challenging part of her day might be deciding on her next drink. That is, until her old comrade Portia Delacompte sends a squad of security personnel to murder her.
This slim volume counters the well-meaning but less-than-knowledgeable assertions of opponents to an Article V state amendments convention. Beginning with a Lockean sketch of the Founders' free government principles, followed by the Framers' struggle to provide an amending process at the Federal Convention of 1787, Rodney Dodsworth puts to rest the improbable occurrence of a "runaway" convention and why a call to convention is essential to saving the American Republic.
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