Reelection: William Jefferson Clinton as a Native-Son Presidential Candidateby Hanes Walton, Jr.
This is the first systematic and comprehensive analysis of Clinton as a native-son presidential candidate employing local, country, state, and national data to show how elections can be derived from values and beliefs.See more details below
This is the first systematic and comprehensive analysis of Clinton as a native-son presidential candidate employing local, country, state, and national data to show how elections can be derived from values and beliefs.
- Columbia University Press
- Publication date:
- Power, Conflict, and Democracy: American Politics Into the 21st Century Series
- Product dimensions:
- 5.93(w) x 8.91(h) x 0.87(d)
- Age Range:
- 18 Years
Table of Contents
ForewardPrefaceIntroductionPrologue1. Elections1. Epistemology and the Native-Son Candidate2. Theory3. Methodology2. The Political Context of a Native-Son Candidate4. The Arkansas Electorate5. The African American Electorate3. The Making of a Native-Son Candidate6. The Congressional Vote for Clinton7. The Attorney General Vote for Clinton8. The Gubernatorial Vote for Clinton4. The Native-Son Presidential Candidate9. The Presidential Vote for Clinton10. The Regional Vote: Clinton and Carter5. The Native-Son Candidate and Democratic Elections11. The Democratic Party in Presidential Elections: The Native-Son Theory RevisitedEndnotesAppendix: The Election Data--A Research Note
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