II. Constitutional Architecture and Federalism by Consensus … A. The Great Compromise and Equal Representation in the Senate ... B. The Great Compromise 2.0: The Electoral System for the Presidency ... C. Article V and Constitutional Change by Consensus in the States
III. The Contemporary Relevance of the Constitutional “Solar System” Protecting Federalism ... A. The United States Senate: Veto Points and Federalism ... B. The Electoral Vote System, Democracy, and Federalism ... C. The Electoral System Works Well: The 2016 Presidential Election as a Case in Point ... D. A Narrative from the Classroom: Is the Constitution’s Structural Architecture Archaic and Obsolete?
Richard F. Duncan,
Electoral Votes, the Senate, and Article V: How the Architecture of the Constitution Promotes Federalism and Government by Consensus,
96 Neb. L. Rev. 799
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