Winning the White House, 2008

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By Statement Kevin J. McMahon ... [et al.].
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Contributions McMahon, Kevin J.
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Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Pagination xiv, 184 p. :
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Publish Date 2009
Publish Places New York
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Subjects Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 2008
Political campaigns -- United States
United States -- Politics and government -- 2001-2009
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Table Of Contents A campaign to remember / John Kenneth White
It was the economy, mostly / Donald W. Beachler
The foreign policy election that wasn't / John Kenneth White
Searching for the social issue / Kevin J. McMahon
The Northeast : blue, deep blue / Kevin J. McMahon
The South : winking at Dixie / Donald W. Beachler
The Midwest : middle America's margins / David M. Rankin
The West : on the electoral frontier / David M. Rankin.
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Winning the White House, 2008
Authors Kevin J. McMahon
David M. Rankin
Donald W. Beachler
John Kenneth White
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Categories Political Science
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Description Change was the theme of the 2008 presidential election. In Winning the White House, 2008, the authors explore the historical and emerging voting patterns shaping this transformative election. After examining the selection of the Republican and Democratic nominees, they address the most compelling economic, social, and foreign policy concerns facing the electorate during the general election campaign. Surveying the electoral map, they then analyze how control of the White House and Congress hinged on the developing trends across the nation’s four main regions. Within regions, special attention is paid to the battleground states, voters, and issues that were central to Barack Obama’s victory over John McCain.
Language en
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Page Count 208
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Published Date 2009-08-15
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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