Television coverage of the 1980 presidential campaign
This book covers a variety of topics on newspaper and television coverage including the media and voting in presidential elections, coverage of the 1980 debates, the primaries, polls, economics and energy issues, print and broadcast coverage as compared with the 1976 and 1972 elections, and the influence of TV treatment of the campaign on voting behavior.
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Presidential Campaigns: From George Washington to George W. Bush
Paul F. Boller
Limited preview - 2004
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