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Battle for Congress: Iraq, Scandal, and Campaign Finance in the 2006 Election

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by David B. Magleby & Kelly D. Patterson
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Battle for Congress: Iraq, Scandal, and Campaign Finance in the 2006 Election by David B. Magleby & Kelly D. Patterson

Just in time for the coming election year, this book looks at the changing of the guard in 2006 and speculates on where the system may be heading in 2008. It provides an in-depth examination of the ways in which candidates, interest groups, and parties perceived their opportunities and allocated their campaign resources during the midterm elections. The role of money, which was influenced by campaign finance reform, is a special focus in this book. The theme of political scandal has frequently raised concerns that Republican leadership had become a "culture of corruption" that had flourished under their watch, which is also addressed in this book. The war in Iraq, however, may be the most important factor-not only in the 2006 battle for Congress, but for the 2008 battle for the White House as well.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 264
Size: 2.4 MB
Publisher: Routledge
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781317263333 (EPUB)
9781317263340 (PDF)

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