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Let's Vote The Essentials of the American Electoral Process by Daniel M. Shea
  

Let's Vote The Essentials of the American Electoral Process

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Let's Vote The Essentials of the American Electoral Process by Daniel M. Shea

Debuting in its first edition, Let's Vote: The Essentials of the American Electoral Process, provides a timely account of the key features of the American electoral system. The text extends its coverage beyond parties-related topics to other election-centered issues, such as the role of the Internet in modern campaigning, the rise of new-style campaign consultants, the import of negative campaign advertising, and the rise of new media.

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Dan Shea has written exactly the book to get young people interested and involved in politics. -Larry Sabato, Center for Politics, University of Virginia Let's Vote! will be the book that will attract young citizens to elections. -John Aldrich, Duke University


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Book Info

Publication date

14th February 2012

Author

Daniel M. Shea

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Publisher

Pearson an imprint of Pearson Education (US)

Format

Paperback
272 pages

Categories

Elections & referenda
Political science & theory

ISBN

9780205831234

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