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After the People Vote
Steps in Choosing the President

Edited by Walter Berns

American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
Washington and London

Walter Berns is John M. Olin Distinguished Scholar in Constitutional
and Legal Studies at the American Enterprise Institute.

Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data
Main entry under title:

After the people vote.

(AEI studies; 395)
Includes bibliographical references.

1. Presidents—United States—Election. I. Berns,
Walter, 1919- . II. Series.
JK529.A68 1983 324.6'0973
ISBN 0-8447–3540-X

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© 1983 by the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research,
Washington, D.C., and London. All rights reserved. No part of this
publication may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without
permission in writing from the American Enterprise Institute except in the
case of brief quotations embodied in news articles, critical articles, or
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of the staff, advisory panels, officers, or trustees of AEI.

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The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, established in 1943, is a publicly supported, nonpartisan, research and educational organization. Its purpose is to assist policy makers, scholars, businessmen, the press, and the public by providing objective analysis of national and international issues. Views expressed in the institute's publications are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the staff, advisory panels, officers, or trustees of AEI.

Council of Academic Advisers
Paul W. McCracken, Chairman, Edmund Ezra Day University Professor of Busi-

ness Administration, University of Michigan *Kenneth W. Dam, Harold J. and Marion F. Green Professor of Law, University

of Chicago. Donald C. Hellmann, Professor of Political Science and International Studies,

University of Washington D. Gale Johnson, Eliakim Hastings Moore Distinguished Service Professor of

Economics and Chairman, Department of Economics, University of Chicago Robert A. Nisbet, Adjunct Scholar, American Enterprise Institute Herbert Stein, A. Willis Robertson Professor of Economics, University of Virginia James Q. Wilson, Henry Lee Shattuck Professor of Government, Harvard University *On leave for government service.

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APPENDIX C: NOMINATION AND BINDING OF PRESIDENTIAL

ELECTORS

APPENDIX D: 1825 PRECEDENTS

APPENDIX E: Party Rules

APPENDIX F: ALLOCATION OF ELECTORAL VOTES AMONG

THE STATES, 1984

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