Atlas of the 2008 Elections

Atlas of the 2008 Elections

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Atlas of the 2008 Elections by Stanley D. Brunn

The U.S. presidential election of 2008 was one of the most significant elections in recent American history. Bringing together leading geographers and political scientists, this authoritative atlas analyzes and maps the campaigns, primaries, general election, and key state referenda to provide a rich picture of this watershed event.

The contributors offer a comprehensive and detailed assessment of all aspects of the election, providing presidential results at the national level, in major regions, and in swing states. Drilling down to county level, they trace voting patterns for key racial, ethnic, religious, and occupational groups. They also illustrate the campaign strategies of Democratic and Republican party leaders. Moving beyond the national race, the atlas compares important senatorial and gubernatorial races to presidential votes and considers selected state referenda such as marriage amendments, farm animal cruelty, stem cell research, and physician-assisted suicide. For added context and depth, the 2008 election results are compared with previous national elections.

Illustrated with more than 200 meticulously drawn full-color maps, the atlas will be an essential reference and a fascinating resource for pundits, voters, campaign staffs, and political junkies alike.
Contributions by: John Agnew, J. Clark Archer, William Berentsen, Stanley D. Brunn, Thomas E. Chapman, Jeffrey R. Crump, Carl T. Dahlman, David Darmofal, Lisa M. DeChano-Cook, Mark Drayse, Joshua J. Dyck, Ryan D. Enos, Daniel Ervin, John W. Frazier, Megan A. Gall, Andrew Gelman, James G. Gimpel, Alex Ginsburg, Sean P. Gorman, Mark Graham, Nathaniel HadleyDike, John Heppen, Heather Hollen, Taylor Johnson, Kimberly Karnes, Larry Knopp, Matt Landers, Stephen J. Lavin, Jonathan I. Leib, Kenneth C. Martis, John McNulty, Joshua R. Meddaugh, Melissa R. Michelson, Mark A. Moody, Toby Moore, Richard L. Morrill, J. Eric Oliver, Kathleen O'Reilly, Nick Quinton, Mark E. Reisinger, Wesley J. Reisser, Tony Robinson, Fred M. Shelley, Taylor Shelton, Jonathan Taylor, Andrew J. Turner, Tom Vanderhorst, Barney Warf, Robert Watrel, Gerald R. Webster, and Matthew Zook.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780742567962
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 08/16/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 336
File size: 129 MB
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About the Author

Stanley D. Brunn is professor of geography at the University of Kentucky. Gerald R. Webster is professor of geography at the University of Wyoming. Richard L. Morrill is professor emeritus of geography at the University of Washington. Fred M. Shelley is professor of geography at the University of Oklahoma. Stephen J. Lavin was professor of geography at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. J. Clark Archer is professor of geography at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: The 2008 Primaries
Chapter 3: Campaigns
Chapter 4: General Elections
Chapter 5: Regional Patterns and Swing States: Regional Analyses
Chapter 6: Leading Counties: 2004 and 2008 Votes and Turnouts: Selected Economic, Demographic and Religious Correlates
Chapter 7: Other Key 2008 Elections
Chapter 8: Nonpartisan Referenda
Chapter 9: Post-2008: Congressional Votes
Chapter 10: Toward a More Perfect Union: Ten Scenarios

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