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