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The Resource The candidate : what it takes to win, and hold the White House, Samuel L. Popkin

The candidate : what it takes to win, and hold the White House, Samuel L. Popkin

Label
The candidate : what it takes to win, and hold the White House
Title
The candidate
Title remainder
what it takes to win, and hold the White House
Statement of responsibility
Samuel L. Popkin
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Explains what separates a candidate from a president-elect, looking in particular at the missteps made in George H.W. Bush's re-election bid and Al Gore and Hillary Clinton's efforts to gain the presidency
Writing style
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10129556
Cataloging source
DLC
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Popkin, Samuel L
Dewey number
324.973
Index
index present
LC call number
JK524
LC item number
.P63 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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True
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  • Presidents
  • Presidential candidates
  • Presidential candidates
Target audience
adult
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what it takes to win--and hold--the White House
Label
The candidate : what it takes to win, and hold the White House, Samuel L. Popkin
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Campaign juggling -- Planning for chaos -- Challengers: Senator Clinton in 2008 -- Challenger case study: the search for the experienced virgin -- Incumbents: regicide or more of the same -- Incumbent case study: President Bush in 1992 -- Seven successor lapdogs or leaders -- Successor case study: Vice-President Al Gore in 2000 -- Teams that work -- Conclusion: is this any way to pick a president?
Control code
2012006845
Extent
p. cm.
Isbn
9780199922079
Lccn
2012006845
Label
The candidate : what it takes to win, and hold the White House, Samuel L. Popkin
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Campaign juggling -- Planning for chaos -- Challengers: Senator Clinton in 2008 -- Challenger case study: the search for the experienced virgin -- Incumbents: regicide or more of the same -- Incumbent case study: President Bush in 1992 -- Seven successor lapdogs or leaders -- Successor case study: Vice-President Al Gore in 2000 -- Teams that work -- Conclusion: is this any way to pick a president?
Control code
2012006845
Extent
p. cm.
Isbn
9780199922079
Lccn
2012006845

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