By James Piereson| July 20th, 2018
For decades now, liberals in the United States have reacted to electoral losses by demanding changes in election laws to make it easier for them to win. They have long railed against the Electoral College for that reason, claiming that a national popular vote for the presidency would be fairer, more transparent, and (incidentally) more likely to lead to Democratic victories (a debatable proposition).
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