The flawed path to the presidency, 1992 : unfairness and inequality in the presidential selection process /

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Loevy, Robert D., 1935-
Format: eBook
Published: Albany : State University of New York Press, ©1995.
Series:SUNY series in the presidency.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • George Bush: from great triumph to big trouble
  • Bill Clinton: emerging from the Democratic field
  • Iowa
  • New Hampshire
  • Maine
  • South Dakota
  • Colorado
  • Maryland
  • Georgia
  • An evaluation of 'Junior Tuesday"
  • Super Tuesday
  • Midwest Tuesday
  • Connecticut and Vermont
  • New York
  • Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Kansas
  • The rise of Ross Perot
  • The irrelevant primaries I: Oregon
  • The irrelevant primaries II: California
  • Toward a model calendar of state presidential primaries and caucuses
  • Perot surges--and sags
  • The evolving national conventions
  • Bill Clinton's convention
  • Why Perot pulled out
  • The Republican convention
  • Toward a preprimary national mini-convention
  • The Clinton Buscapade
  • The Bush campaign: searching for a message
  • The distorting effects of the electoral college
  • The Clinton and Bush electoral college "short lists"
  • A tale of two rallies
  • The return of Ross Perot
  • Bush's last change: the 1992 presidential debates
  • The end of the path
  • Toward an amendment for the popular election of the president
  • Reforming the flawed path.