What it Takes to Win: Using the Psychic Hotline to Decide Contested Races
Let us assume that it is a month (or day) before the election. The Republicans and Democrats gather in a room and someone makes a proposal. Assume, we are told, that the election hinges on Florida and the popular vote is very close.
Rotunda, Ronald D., What it Takes to Win: Using the Psychic Hotline to Decide Contested Races, Chicago Tribune, November 26, 2000, at § 1, p. 19.