Is the Electoral College a Party School?

Rhinehart, Erin E.
October 2012
Young Lawyer;Oct2012, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p7
In this article the author focuses on minted lawyer who need to brace themself for the preparation of U.S. Presidential election year as to face questions about the election process, voting, and general American history.


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