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Understanding the 2000 Election: A Guide to the Legal Battles That Decided the Presidency - Abner Greene
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2005, ISBN: 0814731732

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[EAN: 9780814731734], Neubuch, [PU: New York University Press], Paperback Edition: Updated and with a New Foreword"Superbly organized, with clarity and concision, Greene's book offers a highly readable, nonpartisan guidebook for those who don't speak legalese." ?"The National Journal"When future historians chronicle the battle of Bush v. Gore, they'll turn to Understanding the 2000 Election. Greeneprovides a clear, sophisticated, and accessible guide throughthe thicket of law and politics that surrounded the most surrealPresidential election of modern times." ?George Stephanopoulos"Abner Greene is not only an outstanding legal analyst but agifted storyteller. He has given us an extraordinarilythoughtful, illuminating and (happily) highly readable accountof the various legal battles fought in the five weeks after the2000 Election. The author promises to break down the complexityof the legal issues so lawyers and nonlawyers alike can followalong?and he succeeds brilliantly." ?Yale Kamisar, Clarence Darrow Distinguished University Professor of Law, University of Michigan"The 2000 presidential election will be remembered as one ofthe most astonishing political, legal and constitutional eventsin American history. In Understanding the 2000 Election, AbnerGreene traces each step in this extraordinary story withclarity and insight. With a careful eye for detail, and agenerous perspective that highlights his sense of the good faithof each of the conflicting participants, Greene offers what willinevitably be a controversial understanding of these eventsthat reveals the 2000 presidential election as a triumph of lawand civility over brute politics and unprincipled power." ?Geoffrey R. Stone, Harry Kalven, Jr., DistinguishedService Professor of Law, The University of ChicagoIn an attempt to avoid heated rhetoric . . . Abner Greene's book . . . offers a simple and straightforward explanation of key terms in the litigation process, as well as the statutory and constitutional provisions at issue. It offers no real commentary on whether any of the court decisions at any level were right or wrong. Instead, it leaves all analysis of the situation to the reader. The book is a good step-by-step discussion of this complicated litigation. . . worthwhile just for its clear and concise definitions of the terminology that all the election lawsuits produced. ?"Law and Politics Book Review"The nation will not soon forget the drama of the 2000 presidential election. For five weeks we were transfixed by the legal clashes that enveloped the country from election night to the Gore concession. It was instant history, and will be studied by historians, lawyers, political scientists, media critics and others for years to come.Even for those who followed the events most closely, the legal twists and turns of the post-election struggles seemed at times bewildering. We witnessed manual recounts of election ballots, GOP federal court lawsuits challenging those recounts, two Florida Supreme Court opinions, lawsuits over butterfly and absentee ballots, questions about the role of the Florida legislature and the United States Congress in resolving presidential election disputes, and two United States Supreme Court decisions, the second of which finally handed the election to Bush. Although the 2000 Presidency was decided through much legal wrangling, one should not have to be a lawyer to understand how we came to haveBush rather than Gore as our President in that hotly contested election.Understanding the 2000 Election offers an accessible, comprehensive guide to the legal battles that finally gave George W. Bush the Presidency five weeks after election night. Meant to stand next to and clarify the numerous journalistic and personal accounts of the election drama, Understanding the 2000 Election offers a offers a step-by-step, non-partisan explanation and analysis of the major legal issues involved in resolving the presidential contest. The volume also offers a clear overview of the Electoral College, its history, what would be i

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[EAN: 9780814731734], Neubuch, [PU: New York University Press], Paperback Edition: Updated and with a New Foreword"Superbly organized, with clarity and concision, Greene's book offers a highly readable, nonpartisan guidebook for those who don't speak legalese." ?"The National Journal"When future historians chronicle the battle of Bush v. Gore, they'll turn to Understanding the 2000 Election. Greeneprovides a clear, sophisticated, and accessible guide throughthe thicket of law and politics that surrounded the most surrealPresidential election of modern times." ?George Stephanopoulos"Abner Greene is not only an outstanding legal analyst but agifted storyteller. He has given us an extraordinarilythoughtful, illuminating and (happily) highly readable accountof the various legal battles fought in the five weeks after the2000 Election. The author promises to break down the complexityof the legal issues so lawyers and nonlawyers alike can followalong?and he succeeds brilliantly." ?Yale Kamisar, Clarence Darrow Distinguished University Professor of Law, University of Michigan"The 2000 presidential election will be remembered as one ofthe most astonishing political, legal and constitutional eventsin American history. In Understanding the 2000 Election, AbnerGreene traces each step in this extraordinary story withclarity and insight. With a careful eye for detail, and agenerous perspective that highlights his sense of the good faithof each of the conflicting participants, Greene offers what willinevitably be a controversial understanding of these eventsthat reveals the 2000 presidential election as a triumph of lawand civility over brute politics and unprincipled power." ?Geoffrey R. Stone, Harry Kalven, Jr., DistinguishedService Professor of Law, The University of ChicagoIn an attempt to avoid heated rhetoric . . . Abner Greene's book . . . offers a simple and straightforward explanation of key terms in the litigation process, as well as the statutory and constitutional provisions at issue. It offers no real commentary on whether any of the court decisions at any level were right or wrong. Instead, it leaves all analysis of the situation to the reader. The book is a good step-by-step discussion of this complicated litigation. . . worthwhile just for its clear and concise definitions of the terminology that all the election lawsuits produced. ?"Law and Politics Book Review"The nation will not soon forget the drama of the 2000 presidential election. For five weeks we were transfixed by the legal clashes that enveloped the country from election night to the Gore concession. It was instant history, and will be studied by historians, lawyers, political scientists, media critics and others for years to come.Even for those who followed the events most closely, the legal twists and turns of the post-election struggles seemed at times bewildering. We witnessed manual recounts of election ballots, GOP federal court lawsuits challenging those recounts, two Florida Supreme Court opinions, lawsuits over butterfly and absentee ballots, questions about the role of the Florida legislature and the United States Congress in resolving presidential election disputes, and two United States Supreme Court decisions, the second of which finally handed the election to Bush. Although the 2000 Presidency was decided through much legal wrangling, one should not have to be a lawyer to understand how we came to haveBush rather than Gore as our President in that hotly contested election.Understanding the 2000 Election offers an accessible, comprehensive guide to the legal battles that finally gave George W. Bush the Presidency five weeks after election night. Meant to stand next to and clarify the numerous journalistic and personal accounts of the election drama, Understanding the 2000 Election offers a offers a step-by-step, non-partisan explanation and analysis of the major legal issues involved in resolving the presidential contest. The volume also offers a clear overview of the Electoral College, its history, what would be i

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2005, ISBN: 0814731732

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[EAN: 9780814731734], Neubuch, [PU: New York University Press], Paperback Edition: Updated and with a New Foreword"Superbly organized, with clarity and concision, Greene's book offers a highly readable, nonpartisan guidebook for those who don't speak legalese." ?"The National Journal"When future historians chronicle the battle of Bush v. Gore, they'll turn to Understanding the 2000 Election. Greeneprovides a clear, sophisticated, and accessible guide throughthe thicket of law and politics that surrounded the most surrealPresidential election of modern times." ?George Stephanopoulos"Abner Greene is not only an outstanding legal analyst but agifted storyteller. He has given us an extraordinarilythoughtful, illuminating and (happily) highly readable accountof the various legal battles fought in the five weeks after the2000 Election. The author promises to break down the complexityof the legal issues so lawyers and nonlawyers alike can followalong?and he succeeds brilliantly." ?Yale Kamisar, Clarence Darrow Distinguished University Professor of Law, University of Michigan"The 2000 presidential election will be remembered as one ofthe most astonishing political, legal and constitutional eventsin American history. In Understanding the 2000 Election, AbnerGreene traces each step in this extraordinary story withclarity and insight. With a careful eye for detail, and agenerous perspective that highlights his sense of the good faithof each of the conflicting participants, Greene offers what willinevitably be a controversial understanding of these eventsthat reveals the 2000 presidential election as a triumph of lawand civility over brute politics and unprincipled power." ?Geoffrey R. Stone, Harry Kalven, Jr., DistinguishedService Professor of Law, The University of ChicagoIn an attempt to avoid heated rhetoric . . . Abner Greene's book . . . offers a simple and straightforward explanation of key terms in the litigation process, as well as the statutory and constitutional provisions at issue. It offers no real commentary on whether any of the court decisions at any level were right or wrong. Instead, it leaves all analysis of the situation to the reader. The book is a good step-by-step discussion of this complicated litigation. . . worthwhile just for its clear and concise definitions of the terminology that all the election lawsuits produced. ?"Law and Politics Book Review"The nation will not soon forget the drama of the 2000 presidential election. For five weeks we were transfixed by the legal clashes that enveloped the country from election night to the Gore concession. It was instant history, and will be studied by historians, lawyers, political scientists, media critics and others for years to come.Even for those who followed the events most closely, the legal twists and turns of the post-election struggles seemed at times bewildering. We witnessed manual recounts of election ballots, GOP federal court lawsuits challenging those recounts, two Florida Supreme Court opinions, lawsuits over butterfly and absentee ballots, questions about the role of the Florida legislature and the United States Congress in resolving presidential election disputes, and two United States Supreme Court decisions, the second of which finally handed the election to Bush. Although the 2000 Presidency was decided through much legal wrangling, one should not have to be a lawyer to understand how we came to haveBush rather than Gore as our President in that hotly contested election.Understanding the 2000 Election offers an accessible, comprehensive guide to the legal battles that finally gave George W. Bush the Presidency five weeks after election night. Meant to stand next to and clarify the numerous journalistic and personal accounts of the election drama, Understanding the 2000 Election offers a offers a step-by-step, non-partisan explanation and analysis of the major legal issues involved in resolving the presidential contest. The volume also offers a clear overview of the Electoral College, its history, what would be i

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: NEW YORK UNIV PR, 208 Seiten, L=223mm, B=167mm, H=14mm, Gew.=281gr, [GR: 25590 - TB/Geschichte/Sonstiges], [SW: - Politics / Current Events], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Understanding the 2000 Election offers an accessible, comprehensive guide to the legal battles that finally gave George W. Bush the Presidency five weeks after election night. Meant to stand next to and clarify the numerous journalistic and personal accounts of the election drama, Abner Greene provides a step by step, non-partisan explanation and analysis of the major legal issues involved in resolving the presidential contest. The volume also offers a clear overview of the Electoral College, its history, and what would be involved in switching over to a direct election. Understanding the 2000 Election offers an accessible, comprehensive guide to the legal battles that finally gave George W. Bush the Presidency five weeks after election night. Meant to stand next to and clarify the numerous journalistic and personal accounts of the election drama, Abner Greene provides a step by step, non-partisan explanation and analysis of the major legal issues involved in resolving the presidential contest. The volume also offers a clear overview of the Electoral College, its history, and what would be involved in switching over to a direct election.

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Understanding the 2000 Election: A Guide to the Legal Battles That Decided the Presidency

Understanding the 2000 Election offers an accessible, comprehensive guide to the legal battles that finally gave George W. Bush the Presidency five weeks after election night. Meant to stand next to and clarify the numerous journalistic and personal accounts of the election drama, Abner Greene provides a step by step, non-partisan explanation and analysis of the major legal issues involved in resolving the presidential contest. The volume also offers a clear overview of the Electoral College, its history, and what would be involved in switching over to a direct election.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780814731734
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0814731732
Paperback
Publishing year: 2005
Publisher: NEW YORK UNIV PR
208 Pages
Weight: 0,281 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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