|Introduction Arthur J. Jacobson and Michel Rosenfeld||1|
|Cast and Chronology||22|
|PART I. IN THE HEAT OF THE BATTLE|
|1.||Equal Protection for Votes Henry E. Brady||47|
|2.||Law and Data: The Butterfly Ballot Episode Henry E. Brady, Michael C. Herron, Walter R. Mebane Jr., Jasjeet Singh Sekhon, Kenneth W. Shotts, and Jonathan Wand||50|
|PART II. THE MACHINERY OF DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA|
|3.||Disputing Elections Richard H. Pildes||69|
|PART III. THE DECISIONS|
|4.||A Badly Flawed Election Ronald Dworkin||89|
|5.||Exchange between Ronald Dworkin and Charles Fried||100|
|6.||Bush v. Gore: Three Strikes for the Constitution, the Court, and Democracy, but There Is Always Next Season Michel Rosenfeld||111|
|7.||The Unbearable Rightness of Bush v. Gore Nelson Lund||144|
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Publication information: Book title: The Longest Night: Polemics and Perspectives on Election 2000. Contributors: Arthur J. Jacobson - Editor, Michel Rosenfeld - Editor. Publisher: University of California Press. Place of publication: Berkeley, CA. Publication year: 2002. Page number: vii.
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