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which of the following is NOT an argument for direct popular election of the president?

a. The winner would always be the majority choice.
b. Direct popular election would be a simple easily understood process.
c. The small States would gain an advantage in a direct election plan.
d. Each vote would count equally in the national result.

Is it C?

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