Issues of electoral reform / Richard J. Carlson, editor.


New York : National Municipal League, [1974] .

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Subjects Election law -- United States.
Election law.
Elections -- United States.
Elections.
Reform.
USA.
United States.
Wahlrechtsreform.
Wahlsystem.
Description xi, 159 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1974]
©1974
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents pt. 1. Voting and democracy. The significance of voting / Gerald M. Pomper -- The case for universal voter enrollment / Penn Kimball -- part 2. Elections and the federal system. The supreme court and voter eligibility / James F. Blumstein -- The federal voting rights act / Richard Claude -- part 3. System response. Black voter registration in the South / John Lewis -- The youth vote : difficulties of extending the franchise / Charlotte Roe and Henry Maurer -- part 4. The administration of elections. Election reform : the perspective of forty years / Joseph P. Harris -- State control of election administration / Jeanne Richman and Robert R. Outis -- Need for performance standards in election administration / Rochard G. Smolka -- The role of technology in election reform / W. Edward Weems, Jr. -- part 5 Conclusion. Election reform in the United States / Richard M. Scammon and Jeanne Richman.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)816798
(OCoLC)ocm00816798
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WorldCat Identities Carlson, Richard J., 1943-
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