Table of contents for The votes that counted : how the court decided the 2000 presidential election / Howard Gillman.


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Preface
Acknowledgments
Chronology of Events
Introduction: Courts and the Political Challenge of Election 2000
1. Who Won? The Election Goes to Court
2. Changing the Rules? The Florida Supreme Court, Round One
3. A Shot across the Bow: The U.S. Supreme Court Enters the Fray
4. Gore's Last Chance: The Florida Supreme Court, Round Two
5. The Dam Breaks: Five Justices Pick a President
6. The Politics behind the Votes That Counted
Appendixes
A. Provisions of the U.S. Constitution Relating to Election 2000 Litigation
B. Provisions of Federal Statutory Law Relating to Election 2000 Litigation
C. Provisions of Florida Election Law Relating to Election 2000 Litigation
D. Highlights of Major Cases in the 2000 Presidential Election Dispute
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Table of Cases
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Contested elections United States History, Trials United States, Contested elections Florida HistoryTrials Florida, Presidents United States Election 2000