Other «Previous Next»

Extract from Michael L. Rosin's A Compound Ratio: How the Electoral College Got Its Proportions and How That Has Mattered (2009) (unpublished manuscript) citing Tillman's The Federalist Papers as Reliable Historical Source Material for Constitutional Interpretation and Betwixt Principle and Practice: Tara Ross's Defense of the Electoral College

Seth Barrett Tillman

Abstract

This is an extract from Michael L. Rosin's A Compound Ratio: How the Electoral College Got Its Proportions and How That Has Mattered (2009), an unpublished manuscript, on file with author, citing Tillman's The Federalist Papers as Reliable Historical Source Material for Constitutional Interpretation and Betwixt Principle and Practice: Tara Ross's Defense of the Electoral College.

[August 16, 2010]

Suggested Citation

Michael L. Rosin, A Compound Ratio: How the Electoral College Got Its Proportions and How That Has Mattered 467 n.1829 (2009) (unpublished manuscript) (on file with author), available at http://works.bepress.com/seth_barrett_tillman/130/.

Included in

Law Commons

Share