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The latest efforts to eliminate birthright citizenship have renewed questions about its legal foundations and the prospect of eliminating it for the children of non-citizens.
On this 50th anniversary of the 25th amendment, we recall that our Constitution is a document for the ages, and it has been able to survive as our fundamental document with only a few changes.
Congress has been distrusted and unpopular with the American people most of the time, with only brief interruptions of public approval and support.