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Rethinking the Vote: The Politics and Prospects of American Election Reform [Hardcover]

by Edward J. McCaffery

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August 7, 2003 0195159845 978-0195159844 0
Rethinking the Vote examines the 2000 U.S. presidential election, putting forth a constructive effort to learn from what transpired and offering potential solutions for the future. Featuring work by leading academics and participants in the real-world drama of this election, it examines the legal, political, and institutional problems of administering elections in the U.S. This timely collection of essays begins and ends with questions about the prospects and possibilities for reform.

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"This is a fine collection of articles dealing with election reform. The book has academic depth, but also many practical suggestions. The variety of perspectives and the distinction of the authors are notable."--Richard A. Posner, Judge, United States Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and University of Chicago Law School


"The strong interdisciplinary and comparative focus of Rethinking the Vote guarantees that it will influence scholarship in a variety of fields and policy at all levels of government. The timeliness of its subject matter and excellent selection of topics ensure that it will contribute not only to academic scholarship, but it will also shape the views of legislators and editorial writers and attract the interest of citizens trying to put the 2000 election in a larger context."--Elizabeth Garrett, University of Chicago


--This text refers to the Paperback edition.

About the Author

Ann N. Crigler is at University of Southern California. Marion R. Just is at Wellesley College.

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