Top Recent Downloads in Election Law on SSRN

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RankPaperDownloads
1.Are Corporations People? Book Review of We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil RightsDavid E BernsteinGeorge Mason University – Antonin Scalia Law School, FacultyDate Posted: 19 Feb 2019 
Last Revised: 19 Feb 2019
268
2.Laboratories of Democracy Reform: State Constitutions and Partisan GerrymanderingSamuel WangRichard Ober and Ben WilliamsPrinceton University, Richard F. Ober, Jr. and Princeton UniversityDate Posted: 07 Mar 2019 
Last Revised: 28 Mar 2019
234
3.The Impact of Partisan Gerrymandering on Political PartiesChristopher Warshaw and Nicholas StephanopoulosGeorge Washington University – Department of Political Science and University of Chicago Law SchoolDate Posted: 21 Feb 2019 
Last Revised: 21 Feb 2019
229
4.Gerrymandering & Justiciability: The Political Question Doctrine After Gill v. WhitfordG. Michael ParsonsNew York University School of LawDate Posted: 06 Mar 2019 
Last Revised: 08 Mar 2019
77
5.When Soft Law Meets Hard Politics: Taming the Wild West of Nonprofit Political InvolvementLloyd Hitoshi MayerNotre Dame Law SchoolDate Posted: 14 Mar 2019 
Last Revised: 14 Mar 2019
47
6.On the Political Economy of Felon DisenfranchisementArpita Ghosh and James RockeyUniversity of Leicester and University of LeicesterDate Posted: 21 Feb 2019 
Last Revised: 21 Feb 2019
24
7.The Spectrum of Congressional Authority Over ElectionsFranita TolsonUSC Gould School of LawDate Posted: 19 Mar 2019 
Last Revised: 19 Mar 2019
23
8.‘Politics Are Rather a Form of War’: How Partisan-Ideological Polarization Endangers American Constitutional DemocracyAndy CarrUniversity of California, Hastings College of the Law, StudentsDate Posted: 11 Feb 2019 
Last Revised: 11 Feb 2019
18
9.Assessing Kenya’s Cooperative Model of Devolution: A Situation-Specific AnalysisJames Thuo Gathii and Harrison Mbori OtienoLoyola University Chicago School of Law and Strathmore University Law SchoolDate Posted: 02 Feb 2019 
Last Revised: 02 Feb 2019
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