The Impact Of The 17th Amendment

Jeffrey Tucker of the Brownstone Institute is an encyclopedia of knowledge when it comes to the administrative state. The emergence of policies such as the 17th Amendment is what has created a demographic strong-arm where blue city centers override the surrounding red areas. In 1913, the US introduced the 17th Amendment, which gave citizens the ability to vote in Senators as opposed to the state legislators. Tucker explains why this is so crucial.