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Herbert E. Alexander; Monica Bauer. Financing the 1988 Election. Westview Press. 1991. 160pp.

Richard Ben Cramer. What It Takes: The Way to the White House. Random House. 1992. 1047pp.

James L. Guth; John C. Green (editors). The Bible and the Ballot Box: Religion and Politics in the 1988 Election. Westview Press. 1991. 236pp.

Penn Kimball. Keep Hope Alive! Super Tuesday and Jesse Jackson's 1988 Campaign for the Presidency. University Press of America. 1991. 170pp.

Robert Kuttner. The Life of the Party: Democratic Prospects in 1988 and Beyond. New York: Viking Press. 1987. 265pp.

S. Robert Lichter; Daniel Amundson; Richard Noyes. The Video Campaign: Network Coverage of the 1988 Primaries. American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. 1988. 132pp.

Laurence W. Moreland; Robert P. Steed; Tod A. Baker (editors). The 1988 Presidential Election in the South: Continuity Amidst Change in Southern Party Politics. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1991. 296pp.

Gerald M. Pomper. The Election of 1988: Reports and Interpretations. Chatham, NY: Chatham House. 1989. 221pp.

David R. Runkel (editor). Campaign for President: The Managers Look at '88. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1989. 305pp.

Paul Simon. Winners and Losers: The 1988 Race for the Presidency: One Candidate's Perspective. New York: Continuum. 1989. 209pp.

Paul Taylor. See How They Run: Electing the President in an Age of Mediaocracy. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1990. 305pp.

George Will. The New Season: A Spectator's Guide to the 1988 Election. Simon and Schuster. 1987. 223pp.

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