Something genuinely new happened in the 1992 campaign. These authors get it. Most politicians and journalists don't. They'd better read this book so they can get it, too. (Schneider, William)
A lively and insightful analysis of the extraordinary political events of 1992. (Reichley, A James)
. . . a perceptive, highly readable account. . . . [a] stimulating,d well-informed book. (Bruce Buchanan)
. . . a superb, penetrating account . . . a well-crafted, carefully developed study by two thoughtful political analysts. (Everett C. Ladd)
. . . a welcome addition to the growing body of literature on presidential elections. The authors' analysis of the 1992 contest is excellently done. Highly recommended. Thoroughly documented. (Choice)
About the Author
Andrew Busch is assistant professor of political science at the University of Denver.