A Divider, Not a Uniter: George W. Bush and the American People : the 2006 Election and Beyond
Neither ideological nor polemical, Gary Jacobson uses extensive poll data and trenchant analysis in this engaging book to show that the polarization of the American people - along party lines - regarding George W. Bush is part of a decades-long trend, exacerbated by the often divisive strategies employed by the Bush administration.
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