The choice of the people?: debating the electoral college

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1996 - Political Science - 163 pages
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This book brings together the ideas of today's most prominent supporters, critics, and opponents of the electoral college. Along with critical documents that provide historical background and demonstrate the evolution of debates over the legitimacy of this American institution, Judith Best and Thomas E. Cronin together with the testimony of Lawrence D. Longley, analyze the electoral college from a variety of perspectives and propose a wide range of alternatives, from maintaining the status quo to imposing radical reform.

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Distribution of Electoral Votes 19912000
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Select Bibliography
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Statement of Lawrence D Longley before the U S Senate
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