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Symposium on Electing the President
Should Americans Have the Constitutional Right to Vote for Presidential Electors?
September 27, 2002
New York, NY
Organized by the Academy of Political Science and Political Science Quarterly.
Funded in part by The Carnegie Corporation of New York
Consistent with the Academy of Political Science’s mission of examining political institutions, processes, and public policies, and of enriching political discourse, the Academy held this symposium to study electoral reform possibilities in the United States. Articles presented at this symposium were published in issues of Political Science Quarterly.
Panel I: Popular Voting for President in Historical Perspective
Barnard College and Editor of Political Science Quarterly
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
University of Pennsylvania
Panel II: Federal Election Law
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
New York University
Panel III: The Electoral Vote System
State University of New York-Cortland
Eagleton Institute, Rutgers University
Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
Graduate Center, City University of New York
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