John Quincy Adams Redux—RFK’s Route To Rescuing American Democracy

Exactly 200 years ago was the last time that an insufficient majority in the electoral college forced the presidential vote into the U.S. House of Representatives. The resulting winner of the 1824 election, John Quincy Adams, was notable not only for being the son of the second president and a Founding Father, but also because […]
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