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Herbert E. Alexander. Financing the 1968 Election. Heath Lexington Books. 1971. 355pp.

Lewis Chester; Godfrey Hodgson; Bruce Page. An American Melodrama: The Presidential Campaign of 1968. Viking Press. 1969. 814pp.

Harold Faber. The New York Times Election Handbook 1968. New American Library. 1968. 222pp.

David Farber. Chicago '68. University of Chicago Press. 1994. 334pp.

Lewis L. Gould. 1968: The Election that Changed America. Ivan R. Dee. 1993. 178pp.

Frank Kusch. Battleground Chicago: The Police and the 1968 Democratic National Convention. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2004. 206pp.

Walter LaFeber. The Deadly Bet: LBJ, Vietnam, and the 1968 Election. Rowman & Littlefield. 2005. 217pp.

Norman Mailer. Miami and the Siege of Chicago: An Informal History of the Republican and Democratic Conventions of 1968. New York: World Publishing Company. 1968. 223pp.

Joe McGinniss. The Selling of the President, 1968. New York: Trident Press. 1969. 253pp.

Relman Morin. The Associated Press Story of Election 1968. Pocket Books. 1969. 200pp.

Darcy G. Richardson. A Nation Divided: The 1968 Presidential Campaign. iUniverse. 2002. 532pp.

George Rising. Clean for Gene: Eugene McCarthy's 1968 Presidential Campaign. Westport, CT: Praeger. 1997. 176pp.

William Schechter. Countdown '68; Profiles for the Presidency. Fleet Press Corporation. 1967. 227pp.

Theodore H. White. The Making of the President 1968: A Narrative History of American Politics in Action. New York: Atheneum Publishers. 1969. 459pp.

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