The phenomenon of negative campaigning is hardly new and is well established in American politics. Author, professor, and former political consultant Kerwin Swint looks back to the dawn of American politics, drawing from presidential, senatorial, gubernatorial (of or relating to a governor), and mayoral races, to select the 25 most low-down, smear-filled campaigns in U.S. history - including the 2004 battle between Bush and Kerry for presidency...This book offers a fascinating glimpse into American political culture!
Union Square Press
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