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Derek nodded. "It could also expose unconstitutional provisions buried inside. I like it. And I think we may be able to do this within the current structure. I'm going to have to speak with Melissa's dad about this. Maybe we can get a meeting with the House Rules Committee."

Ron folded his arms and grinned. "I'm glad I decided to come and see you folks again. It seems even the nasty stuff I'm learning about can be turned to better uses."

"So what do you think? Is Constitutional Evolution dangerous?"

"It could be."

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"To whom?"

"The corporate nasties who think they run this country. Looks like you're going to give them a run for their money."

"Only," Rodney said, "if we can get people to buy into this sort of thing."

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"Buy into it?" Ron asked, amused. "Think about it like a Wobbly. It's an investment in the common good."

THE END

[This is the 7th story in a series that started with "Motivation"]

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