- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
Brimming with data and examples from the heated 2004 election, and laced with previews of 2008, the twelfth edition of this classic text offers a complete overview of the presidential election process from the earliest straw polls and fundraisers to final voter turnout and exit interviews. The newest edition’s comprehensive coverage includes campaign strategy with overviews of the changes in campaign finance and the growing role of the Internet. Also, the twelfth edition explores the effect of the forward-creeping presidential nomination process and the sequence of electoral events. All of these aspects and the issues themselves are discussed by a wide array of actors in the electoral process: voters, interest groups, political parties, the media, and the candidates themselves. The twelfth edition is a timely update to this essential text on American elections.
Part 1 The Strategic Environment Chapter 2 Voters Chapter 3 Groups Chapter 4 Rules and Resources Part 5 Sequence Chapter 6 The Nomination Process Chapter 7 The Campaign Part 8 Issues Chapter 9 Appraisals Chapter 10 American Parties and Democracy Part 11 Appendix
Posted November 19, 2012
No text was provided for this review.