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Helping America vote : the limits of election reform

Author: Martha E Kropf; David C Kimball
Publisher: New York ; London : Routledge, 2012.
Series: Controversies in electoral democracy and representation.
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Focuses on the conflict between values of access and integrity in US election administration, examining both what was included in the Help America Vote Act, and what was not.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martha E Kropf; David C Kimball
ISBN: 9780415804073 0415804078 9780415804080 0415804086 9780203870310 020387031X
OCLC Number: 740281633
Description: x, 154 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: the context of election reform --
How does definition of the problem affect the solution? --
Did the reforms increase accuracy? --
At what cost? the unintended consequences of reform --
We mostly eliminated the butterfly ballot. Isn't that enough? --
Defining the problem in human terms: who implements reform? --
What have reforms accomplished?
Series Title: Controversies in electoral democracy and representation.
Responsibility: Martha Kropf, David C. Kimball.
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"Helping America Vote is an excellent entry for the Controversies series. The authors' emphasis on 'the change you make depends on how you perceive the problem' is a very good one; it not only gives Read more...

 
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