New Perspectives on Election Fraud in the Gilded Age
Peter H. Argersinger criticizes the view that minimizes the incidence of fraud in late nineteenth-century American elections. He introduces many new sources revealing election fraud, analyzes the factors that permitted it, and suggests the need to modify prevailing interpretations of the period's political history.
Electoral Reform and Partisan Jugglery, Peter H. Argersinger
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The Powell Doctrine
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