"It's All Just Politics"
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This paper looks at the origins of the presidential election process and how those rules made over two hundred years ago still effect us today, focusing specifically on the electoral and the nomination process. The writer examines two major events that changed the way the president is nominated and elected, from the election of 1824 to the Democratic National Convention in 1968. It concludes with what other people think is wrong with the electoral process.
From the Paper:"Historically speaking, presidential elections have always been a source of contention. The presidency and the election thereof was a source of contention before there was even an election. Every four years the two popular parties of the time wage mini civil wars against each other to try and get their candidate into the White House. There are many issues that a prospective president must deal with along the way, as they say, it is all just politics."
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