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Identity crisis : the 2016 presidential campaign and the battle for the meaning of America
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Éditeur Princeton University Press
Année copyright 2018
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Identity crisis : the 2016 presidential campaign and the battle for the meaning of America
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Description
1 volume (XII-333 pages) : graphiques ; 24 cm
Notes
Notes bibliographiques pages 247-315. Index
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Classification Dewey
324.973
Contenu
Fayetteville ; "Whaddaya got ?" ; Indecision ; "The Daily Donald Show" ; Hiding in plain sight ; Cracks in the ceiling ; The Trump tax ; What happened ; The soul of a nation
Résumé
Identity Crisis provides a gripping account of the campaign that appeared to break all the political rules--but in fact didn't. It takes readers from the bruising primaries to an election night whose outcome defied the predictions of the pollsters and pundits. The book shows how fundamental characteristics of the nation and its politics--the state of the economy, the Obama presidency, and the demographics of the political parties--combined with the candidates' personalities and rhetoric to produce one of the most unexpected presidencies in history. Early on, the fundamental characteristics predicted an extremely close election. And even though Trump's many controversies helped Clinton maintain a comfortable lead for most of the campaign, the prediction of a close election became reality when Americans cast their votes. Identity Crisis reveals how Trump's victory was foreshadowed by changes in the Democratic and Republican coalitions that were driven by people's racial and ethnic identities. The campaign then reinforced and exacerbated those cleavages as it focused on issues related to race, immigration, and religion. The result was an epic battle not just for the White House but about what America is and should be
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978-0-691-17419-8
0-691-17419-9
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