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Guy-Uriel E Charles; Heather K Gerken; Michael S Kang
|Contents:||Machine generated contents note: 1. The future of elections scholarship Guy-Uriel E. Charles, Heather K. Gerken and Michael S. Kang; Part I. Race and Politics: Overview Jennifer Hochschild; 2. Voting rights: the next generation Rick Pildes; 3. The reconstruction of voting rights Pamela S. Karlan; 4. Explaining perceptions of competitive threat in a multi-racial context Vincent L. Hutchings, Cara Wong, James Jackson and Ronald Brown; Part II. Courts and the Regulation of the Electoral Process: Overview David Schleicher; 5. The institutional turn in election law scholarship Heather K. Gerken and Michael S. Kang; 6. Judges as political regulators: evidence and options for institutional change Richard L. Hasen; 7. Empirical legitimacy and election law Christopher Elmendorf; 8. Judging democracy's boundaries Samuel Issacharoff; Part III. Election Performance and Reform: Overview Alex Keyssar; 9. New directions in the study of voter mobilization Alan Gerber; 10. Popular election monitoring Archon Fung; 11. Democracy in the United States, 2020 and beyond: how can scholarly research shape a vision and help to realize it? Ned Foley; 12. Partisanship, public opinion, and redistricting Joshua Fougere, Stephen Ansolabehere and Nathaniel Persily; 13. Conclusion: more or less: searching for regulatory balance Bruce Cain|
|Series Title:||Cambridge studies in election law and democracy|
|Responsibility:||edited by Guy-Uriel E. Charles, Heather K. Gerken, Michael S. Kang|