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Unformatted text preview: DIAGNOSTIC TEST 31 Richard Nixon, in which th e 19 alternation of a few votes would 19 of changed the outcome . The 19 system works as the Foundin g Fathers intended, but what the y intended was a buffer agains t the popular vote . That, in fact, remains th e problem . The Electoral Colleg e system doesn 't reflect th e popular vote . Fifteen presidents who had not received a majority 20 19 . F . NO CHANG E G. in which th e alternatio n of a few votes woul d have change d H. in which the changin g of a few votes woul d have altered J . in which changing a few votes woul d of altere d 20 . A . NO CHANG E B. that have no t received C. not receivin g D. who have no t receive d 21 . F . NO CHANG E G. but chosen by th e House o f Representatives H. but instead, b y the House of Representatives J . but by the House o f Representatives of the popular votes have bee n elected, and the list include s three presidents who actuall y trailed their nearest opponen t in the popular vote . Some o f these were chosen not by th e Electoral College but the Hous e 21 of Representatives, which 21 decides when no candidate win s an electoral majority and doe s so by giving one vote to eac h state regardless of thei r 22 population . 22 22 . A . NO CHANG E B. irregardless o f population . C. irregardless o f their population . D. regardless o f population . ...
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