The late political scientist John E. Paynter once remarked that the Texas Constitution stands as a “perfect example of how not to write one.” Why do you think he, or anyone else for that matter, w

The late political scientist John E. Paynter once remarked that the Texas Constitution stands as a “perfect example of how not to write one.” Why do you think he, or anyone else for that matter, would say this? What features of the Texas Constitution support Paynter’s claim? Sources to consider: Bruff, Harold H. “Separation of Powers under the Texas Constitution.” Texas Law Review, 68. (1990): 1337. Cornyn, John. “Roots of the Texas Constitution: Settlement to Statehood, The.” Texas Tech Law Review. 26 (1995): 1089. Harrington, James C. “Privacy and the Texas Constitution.” Vt. L. Rev. 13 (1988): 155. Thomas Jr, A. J., and Ann Van Wynen Thomas. “Texas Constitution of 1876.”Tex. L. Rev. 35 (1956): 907