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James L. Sundquist
The Brookings Institution
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Frank J. Sorauf
University of Minnesota
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Doris A. Graber
University of Illinois at Chicago
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Robert D. Reischauer
President, Urban Institute
Former Director, Congressional Budget Office
"[Its] penetrating essays by first-rate scholars remind us of what a vital contribution Political Science Quarterly has made to our understanding of politics and government. In the midst of unprecedented turbulence in American political life ... [it] could not be more timely."
Walter Dean Burnham
University of Texas
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United States Senate, 1957-1989
About PSQ's EditorDemetrios James Caraley
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THE PERIL IN PRESIDENTIAL VOTING
Why Americans Deserve a Constitutional Right to Vote for Presidential Electors
Demetrios James Caraley argues that the Constitution needs to be amended to give Americans the constitutional right they believed they had but the Supreme Court in Bush v. Gore denied--the right to vote for and select the president.
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