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The Road To The White House 2016

Author : Stephen J. Wayne
ISBN : 9781305537507
Genre : Political Science
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THE ROAD TO THE WHITE HOUSE 2016 discusses the legal, political, and financial framework in which the presidential election occurs; the process by which the parties nominate their standard bearers and position themselves for the general election; the strategies, tactics, and operations of the presidential campaigns; the news media's role; and the attitudes, opinions, and decisions of the voters and what those decisions augur for policy and government once the election is over. This edition emphasizes the changes that have revolutionized electoral politics in recent years, including the flood of money to and from Super PACs, instantaneous communications, digital campaigning, and microtargeting messaging. It also offers updates and insights on topics pertinent to every presidential election, such as the nomination and Electoral College systems, news coverage, television debates, political commercials, partisan appeals, voting patterns, and election forecasts, polls, and analysis. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

The Road To The White House 2016 Prepack With Appendix

Author : Stephen J. Wayne
ISBN : 1285865227
Genre : Education
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THE ROAD TO THE WHITE HOUSE 2016 discusses the legal, political, and financial framework in which the presidential election occurs; the process by which the parties nominate their standard bearers and position themselves for the general election; the strategies, tactics, and operations of the presidential campaigns; the news media's role; and the attitudes, opinions, and decisions of the voters and what those decisions augur for policy and government once the election is over. This edition emphasizes the changes that have revolutionized electoral politics in recent years, including the flood of money to and from Super PACs, instantaneous communications, digital campaigning, and microtargeting messaging. It also offers updates and insights on topics pertinent to every presidential election, such as the nomination and Electoral College systems, news coverage, television debates, political commercials, partisan appeals, voting patterns, and election forecasts, polls, and analysis.

The Road To The White House

Author : Stephen J. Wayne
ISBN : 031268519X
Genre : Presidents
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The Road To The White House 2008

Author : Stephen J. Wayne
ISBN : 0495096326
Genre : Political Science
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Stephen Wayne, a leading scholar of presidential electoral politics, describes and analyzes the crucial politics, procedures, and strategies behind campaign finance, media relations, nominating politics, and the politics and meaning of the general election.

The Road To The White House 2012

Author : Stephen Wayne
ISBN : 9781111341503
Genre : Political Science
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Stephen Wayne, a leading scholar of presidential electoral politics, describes and analyzes the crucial politics, procedures, and strategies behind campaign finance, media relations, nominating politics, and all aspects of the general election from the institutional structure in which it occurs, the political environment, the quest for the nomination of the major parties, to the politics, media, and meaning of the general election. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

The Road To The White House 2020 With Appendix

Author : Stephen J Wayne
ISBN : 0357136055
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Parties And Elections In America

Author : Mark D. Brewer
ISBN : 9781538114353
Genre : Political Science
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Parties and Elections in America: The Electoral Process Brewer gives a comprehensive explanation of political parties and the electoral process at every level of the United States government. The eighth edition includes information on the 2016 presidential election and the first 1 ½ years of the Trump administration.

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Author : Arthur Stanley Link
ISBN : OCLC:500451850
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Us Presidential Election 2016 A New Approach To The White House

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ISBN : 9788193000441
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This is a primer about the 2016 U.S Presidential election campaign. It chronicles the major electioneering trends of the 2016 U.S Presidential election campaign along with the key domestic and foreign policy concerns.

S Electing The President

Author : Michael L Mezey
ISBN : 9781315450841
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Selecting political leaders by popular election is an unquestioned hallmark of representative democracies--the institutional manifestation of Lincoln's promise of a government of the people and by the people. But in 2016, Lincoln's promise seems to have given way to Hamilton's nightmare--with his worries that popular elections would produce demagogues who paid an "obsequious court to the people," appealing to their passions and prejudices rather than to their reason. This book examines the commitment to the widest level of participation among the largest number of citizens in the selection of the president. It looks at two salient characteristics of our current presidential election environment that bring the wisdom of this commitment into question: the declining influence of political parties and the communication revolution in the form of the internet, social media, and cable television. Ultimately, Mezey asks whether our now fully democratized presidential selection process has in fact diminished the quality of our presidential candidates and the campaigns they run, whether the turn to demagoguery that the founders feared has materialized, what the consequences of our presidential selection process have been for American government, and whether or not it would be valuable to rethink our wholehearted commitment to popular election of the president. His answers do not topple our commitment to popular elections but rather point the way toward improving the quality of both participation and democracy.

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