An American Revolution Of 2008: The Campaign and Election of President BARACK OBAMA

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AuthorHouse, Nov 28, 2011 - Political Science - 104 pages
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This writing is an attempt to show Barack Obama’s campaign as an American Political Revolution. Revolutions of the past had battles of various types. Obama’s 2008 campaign was a revolution with battles of words, ideas and strategies. His major theme was there is a need for change in the federal government in some areas. According to Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary, the definition of revolution is – activity or movement designed to affect fundamental changes in the socioeconomic situation of a country. Most leaders of revolutions seem to have a background that prepares them for the revolution they have been chosen to lead.

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