The U.S. Constitution can be amended in two ways. Either Congress approves the amendment by a two-thirds majority vote, or a Constitutional convention is called for by a two-thirds vote of the state legislatures. The ame... More »

Under Article Five, the Constitution can be amended in two ways: through a two-thirds majority vote in Congress or by a two-thirds vote of a national convention at the request of at least two-thirds of the states. To bec... More »

The Constitution can be amended if two-thirds of the House of Representatives and the Senate vote for the amendment and three-fourths of the state legislatures ratify it. The Constitution can also be amended if two-third... More »

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The U.S. Constitution was written by the delegates to the Philadelphia Constitutional Convention of 1787. The Constitution combined inputs from many people as well as many documents such as the Articles of Confederation ... More »

The U.S. Constitution was signed by 39 of the 55 delegates who attended the Constitutional Convention. Some delegates had already left the convention at the time of signing, and three delegates refused to sign. William J... More »

www.reference.com Government & Politics US Government The Constitution

Under Article Five, the Constitution can be amended in two ways: through a two-thirds majority vote in Congress or by a two-thirds vote of a national convention at the request of at least two-thirds of the states. To bec... More »

The U.S. Constitution was ratified through votes in the individual state legislatures. According to Article VII of the Constitution, it would go into effect when nine of the 13 state legislatures approved the document. More »