TITLE

Vex populi

AUTHOR(S)
Peretz, Martin
PUB. DATE
March 1996
SOURCE
New Republic;3/25/96, Vol. 214 Issue 13, p46
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Offers opinion on various issues relating to the 1996 elections in the U.S. Comments on the pre-election registration and get-out-the-vote campaign schemes of the U.S. Republican Party for the elections; Argument raised against the scheme of voting through mail; Basic requirement for U.S. voters; Issues raised during a political convention in Iowa; Concerns about the status of democracy in the country.
ACCESSION #
9603117914

 

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