2 edition of Elections 1968 found in the catalog.
James G. Driscoll
|Statement||by James G. Driscoll.|
|LC Classifications||E851 .D7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||68020089|
The Election and the War for America’s Soul. —rife with riots, assassinations, anti–Vietnam War protests, and realpolitik—was one of the most tumultuous years in the twentieth century, culminating in one of the most consequential presidential elections in American history. Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals Handbooks, manuals, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: New York times election handbook [New York] New American Library .
The Presidential election was one of the most significant in American History. In four years, Johnson’s dream of a Great Society had been displaced by the Vietnam War: “Instead of friend of the poor and the oppressed, he was now presented as an evil, tyrannical monster, an ogre, a bringer of death and destruction” (Harrison; ; p. It's more of a Nixon biography, but it does describe the presidential election in great detail, especially the George Wallace campaign and the Democratic National Convention. That's a good book. I like how the John Birch Society supported Wallace despite his economic views.
This is a short book about an election that changed the course of politics in America. The book is highly readable and takes account of the entire election of Gould writes an interesting piece on the primaries, conventions, and general election. While the book is not incredibly in depth it is a good introduction to the election of The United States presidential election in Texas was held on November 5, All 50 states and the District of Columbia, were part of the United States presidential chose 25 electors to represent them in the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.. The Democratic Party candidate, incumbent Vice President Hubert Humphrey, very narrowly carried.
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The legacy of the election is more clear. It marked a clear shift from democrat dominance to a republican dominated government which is still evideant today. The strength of this book is its ability to draw out how the parties went different ways inand with few aberrations continue this trend by: As Mr.
Wainstock points out in the final pages of the book, was an election with consequences we still live with today. It leaves no doubt than when a citizen steps into the polling booth, their vote truly does matter. We have a country today more divided than at any time in nearly fifty years, but life continues to 5/5(1).
Bitterness over racial issues and the Vietnam War that marked the election continued to shape national affairs and to rile American society for years afterward. And the election accelerated an erosion of confidence in American institutions that has not yet reached a conclusion/5.
The race for the White House in was a watershed event in American politics. In this brilliantly succinct narrative analysis, Lewis L. Gould shows how the events of that tumultuous year changed the way Americans felt about politics and their national leaders; how Republicans used the skills they brought to Richard Nixon's campaign to create a generation-long ascendancy in presidential.
Get this from a library. Elections. [James G Driscoll]. Definitive account of the Presidential campaign, written by three accomplished British journalists, manages to avoid the faux pomp of much American political writing; brilliantly covers the most critical election since with telling vignettes of key players, Democratic, Republican and by: Election year revisited and analyzed.
Candidates: Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey, George Wallace. Radical change in American politics. “From the anguish of the Vietnam War to the dazzling minds and feverish ambitions of the presidential election, Playing with Fire not only tells the story of one extraordinary year in American politics, it brings back to vivid, riveting life the men and women who changed the course of history.”/5().
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According to ODonnell is the watershed year that set our current politics in motion a partisan conflict were by ideology and party affiliation has become more important than the /5. This is the question American Maelstrom seeks to address.
Michael Cohen's work places the election in the context of the rapid political and social changes following Johnson's overwhelming electoral victory over Goldwater inthe assasinations of King and Kennedy, the urban disturbances and rising crime rates and the war in Viet Nam/5.
While recent elections, still fresh in all our memories, produced many crazy headlines and tumultuous debates, “Playing With Fire: The Election and the Transformation of.
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In this election season, there have been a number of analogies made between the and elections. Michael Cohen’s new book, “American Maelstrom: The Election of Author: John Sides. The deadly bet; LBJ, Vietnam, and the election. LaFeber, Walter. Rowman & Littlefield pages $ Paperback Vietnam. America in the war years E The "deadly bet" that Lyndon Johnson made and lost was that he could engage in a protracted overseas war and still accomplish his domestic agenda.
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Republicans would gain another seat after the election when Alaska Republican Ted Stevens was appointed to replace Democrat Bob Bartlett.The Contest book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. —rife with riots, assassinations, anti–Vietnam War protests, and rea /5(7).