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The American Campaign: U.S. Presidential Campaigns and the National Vote ebook

by James E. Campbell


The American Campaign is the best book ever written by a political scientist about presidential campaigns . JAMES E. CAMPBELL is a professor of political science at the University at Buffalo, SUNY.

The American Campaign is the best book ever written by a political scientist about presidential campaigns. -Bill Mayer, Northeastern University. Bill Mayer, Northeastern University).

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Home Browse Books Book details, The American Campaign: . Campbell's cogent thinking and clear style present students with a readable survey of presidential elections and political scientists' ways of studying them

Home Browse Books Book details, The American Campaign: . By James E. Campbell. Campbell's cogent thinking and clear style present students with a readable survey of presidential elections and political scientists' ways of studying them. The American Campaign also shows how and why journalists have mistakenly assigned a pattern of unpredictability and critical significance to the vagaries of individual campaigns. This excellent election-year text provides

Campbell's cogent thinking and clear style present students with a readable survey of presidential elections and political scientists' ways of studying them.

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Campaign 2000: A Functional Analysis of Presidential Campaign Discourse (Communication, Media, and . Presidential Secrecy and the Law.

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Reporting data and predicting trends through the 2008 campaign, this classroom-tested volume offers again James E. Campbell's "theory of the predictable campaign.

Reporting data and predicting trends through the 2008 campaign, this classroom-tested volume offers again James E. Campbell’s “theory of the predictable campaign,” incorporating the fundamental conditions that systematically affect the presidential vote: political competition, presidential incumbency, and election-year economic conditions. Campbell’s cogent thinking and clear style present students with a readable survey of presidential elections and political scientists’ ways of studying them. The American Campaign also shows how and why journalists have mistakenly assigned a pattern of unpredictability and critical significance to the vagaries of individual campaigns. This excellent election-year text provides:a summary and assessment of each of the serious predictive models of presidential election outcomes;a historical summary of many of America’s important presidential elections;a significant new contribution to the understanding of presidential campaigns and how they matter.
The American Campaign: U.S. Presidential Campaigns and the National Vote ebook
Author:
James E. Campbell
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Texas A&M University Press; 2 edition (January 14, 2008)
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