A Constitutional Convention
“I hope we won’t lose sight of the main target in a debate over which route we take to amend the constitution. Some want to call a constitutional convention. Others want to go the legislative way with Congress passing an amendment to then be ratified by the states. Among the latter, voices have been raised warning of danger that a constitutional convention would open the door to all manner of proposed amendments. In my view those who warn of this show little faith in our democratic procedures.”
So who said this? Sandy Levinson? William Jennings Bryan?
Answer: Ronald Reagan, Radio Broadcast (February 13, 1979)