Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Thanks to Charles Zelden

The Legal History Bloggers are grateful to Charles Zelden for starting 2012 off with a month of guest posts on the past and present of election law.  He has put the shifting tally of the Iowa caucuses and Virginia's ballot access laws in historical perspective, explained how he does 21st-century history, informed us about vote denial and dilution in the South, and taken a look back at South Carolina v. Katzenbach.  Thanks Charles!

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