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Presidential Races

Campaigning for the White House
Morris-Lipsman, Arlene (Book - 2012 )
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This book offers a history of U.S. political campaigns from early nationhood, when it was unseemly to actively campaign, to 19th-century campaign parades, slogans, songs, and souvenirs, and into the media blitz of modern 21st-century campaigns. Includes information about Barack Obama's historic victory in the 2008 presidential election plus coverage of his upcoming bid for reelection in the 2012 election.
Authors: Morris-Lipsman, Arlene
Title: Presidential races
campaigning for the White House
Publisher: Minneapolis, MN : Twenty-First Century Books, c2012
Characteristics: 112 p. :,ill. ;,23 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Arlene Morris-Lipsman
Contents: Long live the king!
A rousing good time
Confrontations
Winds of change
On the front lines
Technological wonders
Starring on the small screen
A new world and the old
The new century
ISBN: 0761373950
9780761373957
Branch Call Number: j 324.973 M8769p 2012
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 102-[105]) and index
Subject Headings: United States Politics and government Juvenile literature Political campaigns United States History Juvenile literature Presidential candidates United States History Juvenile literature Presidents United States Election History Juvenile literature
Topical Term: Political campaigns
Presidential candidates
Presidents
LCCN: 2011001304
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This book offers a history of U.S. political campaigns from early nationhood, when it was unseemly to actively campaign, To 19th-century campaign parades, slogans, songs, and souvenirs, and into the media blitz of modern 21st-century campaigns. (grades 7 and up)

This book offers a history of U.S. political campaigns from early nationhood, when it was unseemly to actively campaign, To 19th-century campaign parades, slogans, songs, and souvenirs, and into the media blitz of modern 21st-century campaigns.

This book offers a history of U.S. political campaigns from early nationhood, when it was unseemly to actively campaign, To 19th-century campaign parades, slogans, songs, and souvenirs, and into the media blitz of modern 21st-century campaigns.


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