This is Part 1 of a continuing series.

The U.S. presidential election 2000 is not just a strange and surreal experience in the U.S. electoral process ­ it is a warning to a free and democratic society in the information age. As many as three percent of the ballots in the close Florida presidential race were "defective," throwing the country into a near crisis that required resolution by the judicial system.

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