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by Dr. Gary L. Gregg II
Author: Dr. Gary L. Gregg II
Publisher: Intercollegiate Studies Institute; 2nd edition (January 15, 2008)
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Dr Republicans did not always defend the Electoral College
Gary L. Gregg II put together essays from seven political scholars seeking to justify the unique American method of electing presidents. Gregg holds the Mitch McConnell chair at the University of Louisville where he heads the McConnell Center. Even if readers do not agree with the book’s thesis, they will nevertheless find interesting historical tidbits about the Electoral College. Republicans did not always defend the Electoral College. Among the party stalwarts who voted to abolish it in 1969 were Gerald Ford, George . Bush, and Robert Dole.
Gary L. Gregg II. The distinguished contributors toSecuring Democracy-including Michael . The distinguished contributors toSecuring Democracy-including Michael Barone, Walter Berns, and Daniel Patrick Moynihan-have an uncommonly complete understanding of the nature of American politics. They show that the American concept of democracy means much more than a prejudice for national direct elections. This book is the definitive volume for anyone interested in the logic and importance of the Electoral College, as well as the uniquely successfully democracy it has helped forge. Categories: Other Social Sciences\Politics.
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The distinguished contributors to Securing Democracy-including Michael Barone, Walter Berns, and Daniel Patrick Moynihan-have an uncommonly complete understanding of the nature of American politics.
This essay was first published here on November 1st, 2012
The Electoral College is a compromise. The executive would be selected from special representatives of the people in the states, a republican process. The president would not have an institutional rival within the government to which he would owe his election, so he would be a free and independent actor. This essay was first published here on November 1st, 2012. It is republished with the gracious permission of the The American Conservative.