Going Dirty: The Art of Negative Campaigning, Updated by David Mark

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Going soiled is a historical past of detrimental campaigning in American politics and an exam of ways applicants and political specialists have hired this often-controversial strategy. The publication comprises case experiences on extraordinary races during the tv period within which new unfavourable crusade suggestions have been brought, or latest strategies have been sophisticated and amplified upon.

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9 President Adams won the 1796 election, but four years later faced a rematch with Jefferson, who had assumed the vice presidency under rules at the time that awarded the second-ranking office to the runner-up. With the country in its infancy and its unique political system still evolving, the election of 1800 was even more negative than the previous one; indeed it endured as the most bitter for nearly a quarter century. The stakes were high, as the first election of the nineteenth century expanded the debate over the proper scope of the federal government’s authority.

8. Paul F. , Presidential Campaigns: From George Washington to George W. Bush (New York: Oxford University Press, 2004), 8. 9. Bruce L. com, Inc. [originally published by Norton], 1966, 2000), 19. 10. John Ferling, “Cliffhanger: The Election of 1800,” Smithsonian, November 2004. 11. Brands, The Washington Post. 12. Boller, Presidential Campaigns, 16. 13. Paul Johnson, “Once Upon a Time,” Wall Street Journal, Oct. 20, 2004. 14. Todd S. Purdum, “The Year of Passion,” The New York Times, Oct. 31, 2004.

18. Mark Wahlgren Summers, Party Games: Getting, Keeping, and Using Power in Gilded Age Politics (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2004), 35. 19. Brands, The Washington Post. 20. Christoff and Bell, Detroit Free-Press, April 26, 2004. 21. Elaine Ciulla Kamarck, “Campaigning on the Internet in the Off-Year Elections of 1998,” John F. htm 22. Greg Mitchell, The Campaign of the Century: Upton Sinclair’s Race for Governor of California and the Birth of Media Politics (New York: Random House, 1992), 298.

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