Books


Enlightened Democracy: The Case for the Electoral College


Securing Democracy: Why We Have An Electoral College


The Importance of the Electoral College


After The People Vote: A Guide To The Electoral College, Third Edition


The Electoral College and the Constitution: The Case for Preserving Federalism


The Case Against Direct Election of the President: A Defense of the Electoral Co


Why States? The Challenge of Federalism (First Principles)


The Choice of the People?: Debating the Electoral College (Enduring Questions in American Political Life)


The Heritage Guide to the Constitution


Heritage Pocket Guide to the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States


1787: The Grand Convention


The Federalist Papers (Signet Classics)


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  1. PoetPatriot.com on 2011/07/24 at 5:12 AM

    Some say the Electoral College is not fair. The founding fathers devised the Electoral College to make fairer the power of the individual states. We are a nation of many states, or rather a nation of many nations united. If America were simply one Nation not consisting of individual sovereign states then the Electoral College would not make much sense. (Grant it, "State Sovereignty" is today questionable.) . . . See the rest of the Article at http://PoetPatriot.com/pol-lessons.htm
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