Rob Natelson, constitutional scholar, refutes Article V opponents’ claim that Amendments to the Constitution will not work. He says,
“Opponents of a Convention of States long argued that there was an unacceptable risk a convention might do too much. It now appears they were mistaken. So they increasingly argue that amendments cannot do enough.
“The ‘too much’ contention was first promulgated in modern times by apologists for the liberal, ultra-activist Earl Warren/Warren Burger Supreme Court. Specifically, these apologists feared a convention might propose amendments to reverse their favorite judicial decisions."
Read Natelson's full article here.