It’s not like there are no proposals and a Constitutional Convention would have to start from scratch. Since the Constitution was ratified, over 11,000 measures have been proposed as Amendments, of which, 27 were ratified. Some ideas for new Amendments have been proposed many times, such as those to balance the budget, eliminate the Electoral College, reform campaign financing, reform taxation, prohibit abortions, and limit terms for Congress. Some Amendments that were proposed in the past might be reconsidered, such as the Representative Apportionment Amendment (1792), the War Referendum Amendment (1937), FDR’s Economic Bill of Rights (1944), and the Equal Rights Amendment 1972. Other currently popular topics include negating corporate personhood and reorganizing the SCOTUS.