Get in the Booth! : A Citizen's Guide to the 2004 Election

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 01/01/2005
  • Publisher: Longman

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Larry Sabato provides an up-to-date analyses of the key issues driving the 2004 presidential election. Covers issues that will dominate the 2004 election. Offers students practical and motivational guidance on the importance of voting and getting involved. Includes original chapters by Larry Sabato and some foremost journalists and scholars. Free access code to InTheBooth2004.com Free when bundled with Longman textbook. During what promises to be one of the closest and most closely watched elections in the history of the United States, Larry J. Sabato and a team of leading journalists and scholars examine the issues, events, and enviornment of the 2004 presidential race. Brimming with unique insights and trenchant analyses, Get in the Booth! offers readers chapters- with continuing website updates throughout the election season- by Larry J. Sabato (Center for Governmental Studies at the University of Virginia), Howard Mortman (Hardball with Chris Matthews), Susan Page ( USA Today ), Carl Cameron (Fox News), James Kitfield ( National Journal ), Steve Liseman (CNBC), Christopher Conover (Duke University), Rick Hess and Andrew Kelly (American Enterprise Institute and Education Next), Robert Brown (Emory University), and Mark Jurkowitz ( The Boston Globe ). Larry J. Sabato is the Robert Kent Gooch Professor of Government and Foreign Affairs and Director of the Center for Governmental Studies at the University of Virginia. He is the author of numerous books including Feeding Frenzy: How Attack Journalism Has Transformed American Politics; Peepshow: Media and Politics in an Age of Scandal; and Overtime! The Election 2000 Thriller.

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