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ARTICLE VI: Adoption of this Constitution, Ratification, and Amendment
This Constitution shall be adopted by the majority vote of the people. Whereas the current United States Constitution does not allow its own invalidation, the people, by voting during their regular and legal elections and writing in “Anonymous” instead of voting for any registered Candidate for any office, unless such Candidate campaigns in support of this Constitution, shall invalidate the Constitution of the United States; and by the voice of the majority of their votes ratify this Constitution for the Republic of America; or, as set forth in the current Constitution of the United States, two-thirds of Congress adopts and ratifies this Constitution.
This Constitution shall not be amended except by the majority vote of the people. Congress may propose an amendment, which shall then be considered and voted upon and determined by the people at the next scheduled election.