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Election 2012: The Battle Begins (The RealClearPolitics Political Download)
     

Election 2012: The Battle Begins (The RealClearPolitics Political Download)

by Tom Bevan
 
Real Clear Politics’ first in a series of in-depth looks at the 2012 campaign.

With unsurpassed access to the White House, Republican candidates, and their respective staffs, Election 2012: The Battle Begins will give readers a riveting behind the scenes, real time look at the 2012 campaign, providing in-depth reporting and analysis of the

Overview

Real Clear Politics’ first in a series of in-depth looks at the 2012 campaign.

With unsurpassed access to the White House, Republican candidates, and their respective staffs, Election 2012: The Battle Begins will give readers a riveting behind the scenes, real time look at the 2012 campaign, providing in-depth reporting and analysis of the candidacies of President Barack Obama, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, and Michele Bachmann among others. With up-to-the-minute newsbreaking material, this first in a series of three e-originals will be written by veteran RCP journalists Tom Bevan and Carl Cannon, and is sure to make the Real Clear Politics Political Download the authoritative must-read account for understanding the 2012 campaign.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780307986627
Publisher:
Crown/Archetype
Publication date:
11/11/2011
Sold by:
Random House
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
150
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Tom Bevan is the co-founder and Executive Editor of Real Clear Politics. Over the last eleven years under Tom’s editorial leadership, RCP has grown into one of the most widely read and well-respected independent political sites on the Internet. 

Carl M. Cannon, RCP’s Washington Editor, has covered every presidential campaign and convention since 1984—and interviewed every U.S. president since Gerald Ford. Carl covered the White House for 15 years, during both the Clinton and Bush administrations, winning the two most prestigious journalistic awards for coverage of the presidency.

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