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Dissertation Proposal for MPhil Politics (Oxbridge): U.S. Electoral College Watch

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    Hi,

    I'm American and went to a University with a very strong American Politics program. I am pretty good on things of that nature. I wouldn't mind helping or reading over it if you still need help.

    PM me if you are interested.
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    (Original post by joshlyman)
    Hey all!

    I didn't know where to post this so I apologize if it should be somewhere else. I'm working on my dissertation proposal as it seems to be the most important piece of my application.

    I was wondering if someone here was familiar with American electoral politics and their relation to democracy, minority disenfranchisement, etc. and could have a look at my proposal, to see if I'm headed in the right direction.

    If you have any kind of experience with MPhil proposals, I'd be happy to hear your thoughts regarding style or length too.

    Thank you!
    I'm also an American, and I study colonial American and early national US history. I would be interested in looking at your proposal as well. Feel free to PM me if you're interested.
 
 
 
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