US election system, Volume 76
H.W. Wilson, Aug 1, 2004 - Political Science - 184 pages
The unique way in which Americans elect their public officials is explored in this volume, from financing campaigns, to registering voters, to the function of the electoral college. Articles also examine the two-party system, the nomination and convention process, and issues particular to the 2004 election.
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1 History of Voting in the United States Elizabeth M Yang
3 A Right to Vote Jamin B Raskin The American Prospect
5 New Generation New Politics Anna Greenberg The American Prospect
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