Comment: Any proposal to replace the entire constitution

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Any proposal to replace the entire constitution

would require the ratification of each state desiring to become a part of the new union. That is how the Articles of Confederation were replaced. Rhode Island and North Carolina were independent countries for about a year before they ratified the constitution.
The vote of any other state would not have any legitimacy in yours.

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