Blue smoke and mirrors: how Reagan won and why Carter lost the election of 1980
Discusses the 1980 presidential election, examining campaign strategies and masterminds, political maneuvers, sophisticated media technology, primaries, issues and platforms, and more
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The October Surprisein November
Malaise at the Summit
Why Do You Want to Be President?
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