The Thirteen Keys to the Presidency

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Madison Books, 1990 - Political Science - 449 pages
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Forget the polls. Dismiss the pundits. Ignore the twists and turns of the campaign trail. As Allan J. Lichtman and Ken DeCell demonstrate in the Thirteen Keys To The Presidency, America's presidential elections do not work the way most people think they do.

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Expanding on his 1980 theory, Lichtman (history, American Univ.) and DeCell, senior editor of The Washingtonian magazine, discuss 13 historical factors (four political "keys,'' seven performance "keys ... Read full review

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