U.S. Election System
H.W. Wilson, Jan 1, 2004 - Political Science - 184 pages
The book provides sections on voting and the electoral college, the two-party system, the nominating process, money in politics, and the 2004 election. Each section contains a one to two-page introduction by the editor, followed by articles that have appeared in such sources as The New York Times, The Washington Times, Roll Call, Atlantic Monthly, and the Congressional Digest. The introduction provides a historical perspective and a brief summary of each article. The articles are well chosen and represent divergent views on the topic. ... From publisher description.
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