Election A Mess, But We'll Survive

Morgan, Tom
November 2000
Business Journal (Central New York);11/24/2000, Vol. 14 Issue 47, p27
Comments on the aftermath of the November 2000 presidential elections. Failure of the election apparatus; Legitimacy of the president; Attitude toward the election system.


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