When elections go bad: the law of democracy and the presidential election of 2000
Foundation Press, Sep 1, 2001 - Law - 209 pages
Using the presidential election of 2000 as a springboard for discussion, this treatise offers a comprehensive legal perspective on how disputed state and federal elections are resolved. Crucial judicial decisions and legal materials from this disputed election are examined against a broader historical, doctrinal, and analytical context.
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