The New American Majority: Hispanics, Republicans & George W. Bush : Accession to the White House

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Writer's Showcase, 2002 - Political Science - 429 pages
The 2000 election was decided by Florida Cuban voters, by Hispanics. The legal quagmire that followed election day was settled by the U.S. Supreme Court, thus validating George W. Bush's victory. From that moment to now, President Bush has reached out to the fastest growing group in the country-Hispanics-like no President ever. There are many in the country who can't or don't want to believe the President's Hispanic efforts are worthwhile, or legitimate. This book explains why and where Hispanics are important to the President.

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