Enlightened Democracy

Enlightened Democracy

The Case for the Electoral College

Book - 2012
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Opponents of the Electoral College are swift to dismiss the institution as outdated and elitist, an anachronism that should be replaced by a direct popular vote. This book, written in straightforward language, examines the institutions role in selecting Presidents across the centuries and comes to a different conclusion the Electoral College protects our republic and promotes our liberty. (Amazon.com).
Publisher: Dallas, Tex. : Colonial Press, [2012]
Edition: 2nd ed., rev. and expanded
ISBN: 9780977072224
Branch Call Number: JK529 .R67 2012x
Characteristics: xiv, 282 pages ; 24 cm


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