Election Reform

M. E. K.
June 1977
New Republic;6/25/77, Vol. 176 Issue 26, p6
Focuses on the arguments against abolition of the Electoral College in the U.S. Implications associated with the abolition of the Electoral College; Citation of an editorial published in the previous issues of the journal on the basis behind the arguments of the those who want to abolish the Electoral College; Reason for opposing the Electoral College; Views on the prevalence of fraud in politics.


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