The Election of 1996: Reports and Interpretations

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Gerald M. Pomper
Chatham House Publishers, 1997 - Political Science - 290 pages
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The midterm elections of 1994 sent Bill Clinton a message that he listened to and acted on. The change could be seen in the President's metamorphosis on policy and politics. Some agreed and some disagreed with this chameleon-like behaviour, but the end result was re-election in 1996. Not since FDR had a Democrat been elected to a second term. The paradox of the election is that in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, the Republicans remained firmly in power.

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This fourth in a series of election reports by Pomper and others affiliated with the Eagleton Institute at Rutgers University is indispensible reading for an informed electorate. Its wealth of ... Read full review

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Introduction
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Growth Rate in Per Capita Disposable Income
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William G Mayer
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Copyright

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Gerald M. Pomper is professor of political science, Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University. He is the author of Party Renewal in America; Theory and Practice and Voter's Choice: Varieties of American Electoral Behavior.

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