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David Lewis Schaefer

A popularity contest that can't succeed

By David Lewis Schaefer
July 14, 2008

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THE MASSACHUSETTS Senate will be making a serious mistake if it joins the House this week in adopting the National Popular Vote system, which is designed to circumvent the Constitution's prescribed method for choosing the president. Under the system, which will go into effect only if it is adopted by states that together possess a majority of the nation's electoral ... (Full article: 709 words)

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