The Presidential Contest: With a Guide to the 1996 Presidential Race
Congressional Quarterly, Incorporated, 1996 - Political Science - 218 pages
A concise yet comprehensive overview of the presidential selection process, this edition includes a comparative analysis of the Bush and Clinton campaigns.
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