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His book is an impressive piece of scholarship, worthy of attention from specialists interested in elections administration and US electoral history. Highly recommended.
Ewald has created a tool for all of us to more fully understand our civic duties.
..an important work in the field of elections.
""The Way We Vote is valuable both in its effort to use American suffrage as a case for the expansion of the denotation of political development, and for its provision of a concise history of voting in the United States. It offers a variety of audiences, from political development scholars, to political science students, to curious voters, a concise, well-argued, and highly readable text. It is a solid addition to the existing literature on voting in America."
--The Political Science Quarterly
Historians must draw upon his comprehensive synthesis of various literatures and debates.
--Brian K. Pinaire, Lehigh
A must read for students of American elections and election law.
--Rick Hasen, Loyola Law School, author of The Supreme Court and Election Law