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American Election of 1996


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William L. Benoit; Joseph R. Blaney; P. M. Pier. Campaign '96: A Functional Analysis of Acclaiming, Attacking, and Defending. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1999. 264pp.

James W. Ceaser; Andrew Busch. Losing to Win: The 1996 Elections and American Politics. Rowman & Littlefield. 1997. 186pp.

Rodolfo O. De la Garza; Louis DeSipio (editor). Awash in the Mainstream: Latino Politics in the 1996 Elections. Westview Press. 1999. 283pp.

Robert E. Denton (editor). The 1996 Presidential Campaign: A Communication Perspective. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1998. 320pp.

E. D. Dover. The Presidential Election of 1996: Clinton's Incumbency and Television. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1998. 199pp.

John C. Green (editor). Financing the 1996 Election. M. E. Sharpe. 1999. 260pp.

Lynda Lee Kaid; Dianne G. Bystrom (editor). The Electronic Election: Perspectives on the 1996 Campaign Communication. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 1999. 415pp.

Lynda Lee Kaid; Mitchell S. McKinney; John C. Tedesco (editor). Civic Dialogue in the 1996 Presidential Campaign: Candidate, Media, and Public Voices. Hampton Press. 2001. 263pp.

Laurence W. Moreland; Robert P. Steed (editor). The 1996 Presidential Election in the South: Southern Party Systems in the 1990s. Praeger. 1997. 252pp.

Gerald M. Pomper. The Election of 1996: Reports and Interpretations. Chatham House Publishers. 1997. 290pp.

James I. Srodes; Arthur Jones. Campaign 1996: Who's Who in the Race for the White House. HarperCollins. 1996. 168pp.

Bob Woodward. The Choice: How Clinton Won. Simon and Schuster. 2005. 480pp.

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