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 In this article, Professor Rob Natelson explains why disregarding the one-state/​one-vote rule would be both unconstitutional and not worth trying. \\  In this article, Professor Rob Natelson explains why disregarding the one-state/​one-vote rule would be both unconstitutional and not worth trying. \\ 
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-[[https://​www.dropbox.com/s/​z4arv04db35o68q/​AUDIO%20Michael%20Farris%20Debates%20Andy%20Schlafly.mp3?dl=0|AUDIO: ​Michael Farris Debates Andy Schlafly in New Jersey]]+[[https://​www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHd1xUo-_XE|Michael Farris Debates Andy Schlafly in New Jersey]]
  
 Click the link above to download the audio of the debate between Michael Farris and Andy Schlafly. If you've been wanting to hear both sides of the Convention of States debate, this is a great place to start. Click the link above to download the audio of the debate between Michael Farris and Andy Schlafly. If you've been wanting to hear both sides of the Convention of States debate, this is a great place to start.
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