Alexander P. Lamis, Brian Usher
Kent State University Press, 2007 - Political Science - 617 pages
A collaborative effort by a team of journalists and political scientists, this collection examines the major political events in Ohio since 1944 through the 2006 gubenatorial elections and provides insight into the stage's key personalities, institutions, and processes. This revised is the study of Ohio's rich and lively political history.
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A Historical Perspective
A Decade and More of Change in Ohio Politics 19942006
The Lausche Era 19451957
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