Electoral Reform and Partisan Jugglery
Peter H. Argersinger examines the ways in which many of the controversial features of the presidential election of 2000 had precedents in the late nineteenth century. Focusing on Michigan's law for the district election of presidential electors, he shows the persistent partisanship that controls electoral rules and still prevents serious electoral reform.
New Perspectives on Election Fraud in the Gilded Age, Peter H. Argersinger
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