Election Law Stories (edited by Joshua A. Douglas and Eugene D. Mazo)
One of the most dynamic fields in the legal academy now has its own Stories book. This title offers a rich and detailed account of the most significant cases in election law, including the landmark decisions of Reynolds v. Sims, Bush v. Gore, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, and Shelby County v. Holder. The book relies on a unique encapsulated approach to storytelling, as each of its authors surveys an important doctrinal area in the field through the telling of his or her story. The volume’s thirteen cases concern the right to vote, redistricting and gerrymandering, campaign finance, and election administration. The book is suited for courses in the law of democracy at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Professor Fuentes-Rohwer's contribution, co-written with Guy-Uriel E. Charles, is titled "Reynolds Revisited."
St. Paul, MN
Election law--United States--History, Voting rights
Election Law | Law
Fuentes-Rohwer, Luis, "Election Law Stories (edited by Joshua A. Douglas and Eugene D. Mazo)" (2016). Books by Maurer Faculty. 170.