Michael Nelson once again brings together top-notch scholars to analyze all aspects of the 2008 elections. Available mere months after the November 4th elections, this volume provides an insightful look at the contests, their outcomes, and their implications for the future. With original, first-rate analysis, chapter authors capture the drama as well as critique the importance of particular races -- all the while giving perspective to the larger trends and effects of the election results. An invaluable and incredibly current resource when imparting the significance of voting and elections in the classroom, instructors can count on The Elections of 2008 to pique students' interest while providing a fascinating read and unsurpassed analysis.
History, Americas, United-States,