Streb, Matthew J. () Law and Election Politics :The Rules of the GameMLA Citation
Streb, Matthew J. Law And Election Politics: The Rules Of The Game. : . Print.
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Law and Election Politics : The Rules of the Game.
|Main Author:||Streb, Matthew J.|
|Published:||London : Routledge, 2012.|
|Topics:||Election law -- United States.;Elections -- United States.;Political campaigns -- United States.|
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|100||1 |aStreb, Matthew J.|
|245||10|aLaw and Election Politics :|bThe Rules of the Game.|
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|505||0 |aCover -- LAW AND ELECTION POLITICS -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Preface and Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Linking Election Law and Electoral Politics -- 1 Campaign Finance Law: The Changing Role of Parties and Interest Groups -- 2 Public Financing of Elections: Past, Present, and Future -- 3 The Internet: The Promise of Democratization of American Politics -- 4 Voting Machines: The Question of Equal Protection -- 5 Voter Identification Laws: The Controversy over Voter Fraud -- 6 Early Voting: The Quiet Revolution in American Elections -- 7 Recounts: Elections in Overtime -- 8 Direct Democracy: Regulating the "Will of the People" -- 9 Political Parties and Primaries: The Tension between Free Association and the Right to Vote -- 10 Third Parties: How American Election Law and Institutions Cripple Third Parties -- 11 Redistricting: Racial and Partisan Issues Past and Present -- 12 Judicial Elections: Just Like Any Other Election? -- Works Cited -- Court Cases -- Contributors -- Index.|
|520|||aThough the courts have been extremely active in interpreting the rules of the electoral game, this role is misunderstood and understudied-as, in many cases, are the rules themselves. Law and Election Politics illustrates how election laws and electoral politics are intertwined, analyzing the rules of the game and some of the most important-and most controversial-decisions the courts have made on a variety of election-related subjects. More than a typical law book that summarizes cases, Mathew Streb has assembled an outstanding group of scholars to place electoral laws and the courts' rulings on those laws in the context of electoral politics. They comprehensively cover the range of topics important to election law-campaign finance, political parties, campaigning, redistricting, judicial elections, the Internet, voting machines, voter identification, ballot access, and direct democracy. This is an essential resource both for students of the electoral process and scholars of election law and election reform.|
|588|||aDescription based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.|
|590|||aElectronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.|
|650||0|aElection law -- United States.;Elections -- United States.;Political campaigns -- United States.|
|776||08|iPrint version:|aStreb, Matthew J.|tLaw and Election Politics : The Rules of the Game|dLondon : Routledge,c2012|z9780415808484|
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