I think this sense of “always a dang compromise” carries through every level of government

I think it works well enough. It’s a strong document that creates a balance between federal-federal, federal-state, state-state powers well enough that nobody’s fully happy but happy enough.

I think this sense of “always a dang compromise” carries through every level of government down to the citizens themselves and is what is its strength.

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