In The Next American Revolution, Charles R. Hooper empowers the citizens of America with the information needed to demand congressional reform. Each individual American has the right and the power to legally, safely, and effectively take back their Congress. The four constitutional mechanisms available to the people to improve their government--speech, assembly, petition, and elections--have apparently stopped working. Fortunately, the Founding Fathers left their descendants with a never used, yet very real and effective fifth constitutional power. Americans can momentarily lay aside their differences and focus their combined powers toward one common cause--a revolution calling for a convention of the states specifically and solely for the purpose of restoring a people's legislature. The author explains why this is the peoples' best (and last) hope of seriously reforming the legislative branch of government.
To learn more about the author or the book