The Electoral College

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History

 

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Thomas Q

 

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November 12, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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While the outcomes of elections can and have been changed by the electoral college, is that a strong enough argument to change or even get rid of it completely? In order to make that decision we must first understand why it came to be in the first place. The electoral college was brought about for several reasons...
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In the forefront of these reasons was to preserve the nation. The founding fathers didn't feel that the average citizen was educated enough to vote in their own best interests. Starting after the Civil War, 4 million slaves gained their citizenship which entitled them to a right to vote. While this was a wonderful thing, it led to a staggering problem when it came to electing public officials...
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