Maryland politics and political communication, 1950-2005
Maryland Politics and Political Communication, 1950-2005 is not a survey of all that occured between 1950 and 2005. Rather, this book focuses on a set of interesting political events in which communication is a very important variable. These events, be they elections or episodes of governance, are alsoarguablythe most dramatic ones during the period.
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African American Agnew Annapolis anti-Wallace attack advertisements audience August Baltimore City Baltimore County Barbara Mikulski Beall Big Three candidates Chapter Charles Babington Chavez civil rights conservative coverage Craig Whitlock Daniel LeDuc David Nitkin Democratic Party Dessoff Eastern Shore Ehrlich election Ellen Sauerbrey Endorsement ethos Glendening Glendening's governor gubernatorial Howard Libit issues Joseph Tydings Lane Lawrence legislature liberal Lori Montgomery Mahoney Mahoney's Mandel Maryland Democratic Matthew Mosk McKeldin Michael McQueen Mikulski Millard Tydings narrative negative advertisements nonetheless November October October 25 Orrick Parris Glendening partisan Pfau and Kenski political communication politician polls President Presidential primary Prince George's County race rallies Reagan Rendell Republican response rhetorical Sarah Koenig Sauerbrey's September September 16 Southern Maryland speech statewide story strategy suggest T. W. Waldron television Thomas Kenworthy tion Townsend Tydings U.S. Senate victory viewers vote voters Wallace Wallace's Washington Post Whiteford William Donald Schaefer