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American Election of 1984


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Paul R. Abramson; John H. Aldrich; David W. Rohde. Change and Continuity in the 1984 Elections. CQ Press. 1986. 322pp.

Herbert E. Alexander; Brian A. Haggerty. Financing the 1984 Election. Lexington Books. 1987. 430p.

Lucius J. Barker. Our Time Has Come: A Delegate's Diary of Jesse Jackson's 1984 Presidential Campaign. University of Illinois Press. 1988. 233pp.

Lucius J. Barker; Ronald W. Walters (editor). Jesse Jackson's 1984 Presidential Campaign: Challenge and Change in American Politics. University of Illinois Press. 1989. 257pp.

Thad L. Beyle (editor). Gubernatorial Transitions: The 1983 and 1984 Elections. Duke University Press. 1989. 344pp.

Elizabeth Drew. Campaign Journal: The Political Events of 1983-1984. Macmillan. 1985. 783pp.

John Forest. Warriors of the Political Arena: The Presidential Election of 1984. Vantage Press. 1986. 265pp.

Jack W. Germond; Jules Witcover. Wake Us When It's Over: Presidential Politics of 1984. Macmillan. 1985. 567pp.

Peter Goldman; Tony Fuller. The Quest for the Presidency 1984. Bantam Books. 1985. 468pp.

William A. Henry III. Visions of America: How We Saw the 1984 Election. Atlantic Monthly Press. 1985. 275pp.

Gerald M. Pomper. The Election of 1984: Reports and Interpretations. Chatham House Publishers. 1985. 197pp.

Peter W. Schramm; Dennis J. Mahoney (editor). The 1984 Election and the Future of American Politics. Carolina Academic Press. 1987. 305pp.

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