EQUAL VOTES BIBLIOGRAPHY

Articles

On the argument against winner-take-all

Let’s fix Electoral College. It’ll be easy compared to gerrymandering: Lessig & Painter
Lawrence Lessig and Richard Painter USA Today Oct 13, 2017

The Equal Protection Challenge to Winner Take All: A Legal Guide
Lawrence Lessig Medium.com Sep 14, 2017

One Person, One Vote and the Constitutionality of the Winner-Take-All Allocation of Electoral College Votes
Christopher Duquette and David Schultz Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy 2014

Law, Rules, and Presidential Selection
Samuel Issacharoff Political Science Quarterly 2005

On NPV

Is the Electoral College Doomed?
Tim Alberta Politico Magazine September/October 2017

Why a Plan to Circumvent the Electoral College Is Probably Doomed
Nate Silver FiveThirtyEight April 17, 2014

On the Electoral College generally

The Electoral College: How It Works in Contemporary Presidential Elections
Congressional Research Service 2017

The Mode of Electing the President
Alexander Hamilton The Federalist Paper No. 68 1788

On the rule of law

The Rule of Law as a Law of Rules
Antonin Scalia University of Chicago Law Review 1989

 

Law Cases

Bush v. Gore (2000)

Delaware v. New York (1966)

Moore v. Ogilvie (1969)

Williams v. Rhodes (1968)

Williams v. Virginia State Board of Elections (1968)

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