The Election of 2000 and the Administration of George W. Bushby Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
The 2000 presidential election may have been the strangest in American history. For 36 days the nation watched and waited as ballots were counted and recounted in Florida. Ultimately, a controversial Supreme Court decision awarded Florida's 25 electoral votes to the Republican candidate, George W. Bush, giving him just enough votes to win the election. In The Election of 2000 and the Administration of George W. Bush, historian J. F. Watts analyzes and explains the pre- and post-election campaigns of Bush and his Democratic opponent, Al Gore.
- Mason Crest Publishers
- Publication date:
- Major Presidential Elections and Administrations Series
- Product dimensions:
- 7.50(w) x 9.50(h) x 0.50(d)
- Age Range:
- 12 - 17 Years
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