America Through the Looking Glass: Conservative Constitutionalist Critique of the 1992 Election
By: John Eastby (author), Roger M. Barrus (author)Hardback
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In America Through the Looking Glass, 15 distinguished conservative political scientists argue that the 1992 presidential campaign introduced a number of important, and potentially dangerous, innovations in campaign methods that undermined the very system of representative government the candidates sought to lead. By focusing on the campaign's public events, they consider the ways in which a campaign shapes public opinion, informing the American people's understanding of the structure and functioning of government.
Roger M. Barrus is Associate Professor of Political Science at Hampden-Sydney College. John Eastby is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Hampden-Sydney College.
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