2 edition of Electing the President. found in the catalog.
Electing the President.
American Bar Association. Special Committee on Election Reform.
|Contributions||American Bar Association. Commission on Electoral College Reform.|
|LC Classifications||JK529 .A75 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||77152911|
1 Choosing our president is a long process. When the Framers wrote our Constitution, they wanted to be sure that the person who led our country would be put together a unique way of choosing the president, starting with the following rules: A president must be a native-born citizen of the United States.; A president must be at least thirty-five years of age. Since , when John Quincy Adams was elected president by the House of Representatives when no candidate had a majority in the electoral college (Adams' leading opponent, Andrew Jackson, had greater popular and electoral vote totals), the electoral-college system has many times permitted a president to be chosen without a majority of the.
Paul Taylor challenges the very process by which Americans decide upon their Chief Executive Officer--laying bare the broken machine that Americans accept as the means for making their most important political, offering the first steps to creating a better, more honest, efficient method of selecting the person who will lead the country. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Breckenridge, Adam Carlyle, Electing the president. Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, ©
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In the resulting book, Electing the President,the consultants who managed the presidential campaign retrace the decisions that shaped the historic presidential election.
Like Electing the President, and Electing the President,this work permits readers to eavesdrop on the first cross-campaign discussion that occurred in the nation after Election Day/5(2).
The book outlines the current system of electing the President. It explains that the U.S. Constitution specifies that the manner of electing the President is a matter of state law, and that the states have the power to Electing the President.
book a national popular vote for President. The book describes, in detail, an interstate compact entitled the Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National /5(6). The book provides a history of operation of the Electoral College, background on interstate compacts, a description of the interstate compact entitled the Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote, and responses to myths about the National Popular Vote compact/5(12).
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Contents: Politics of electing a president --Nature of American political parties --Electoral College --Strategy of electoral majorities --Presidential campaigning with "arena" parties --Strategy of a presidential campaign --Strategy of party position --Strategy.
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Since the office was established in44 men have served as president.reports. The Last President opens in New York City on November 3rd,with the announcement of the newly-elected president of the United States, who happens to be an outsider candidate – the candidate who represented the “common man,” who would liberate the people from the grip of the bankers, and “undo the bad business of years of unholy union between barters and.