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Inside This Week's Cover Story: The U.S. Constitution

October 31, 2013

With America paralyzed by government gridlock, maybe it's time to admit that our political system doesn't work anymore. What if we start over? Take a look inside National Journal's cover story with author Alex Seitz-Wald. 

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