Even if the mechanism drafted by fallible men who, among things, endorsed chattel slavery as a political concession to achieve political unity was capable of restraining central government power in the late 19th century, can anyone rationally that it does so today?
Do not confuse means with ends.
The ends are individual freedom, personal responsibility, and extremely limited governmental power at all levers of organization.
Please keep the language crisp and the focus sharp in addressing the following question:
What is to be done after the collapse?