"Encyclopedia of American Political Parties and Elections" provides comprehensive coverage of the American election process and its political parties. A complete A-to-Z reference, this intelligent and objective guide covers the people, events, and terms involved in the electoral process. Coverage also includes the history of elections in the United States, focusing primarily on the presidential elections. Helpful features such as engaging black-and-white photographs and illustrations, detailed appendixes, and an index make this concise reference browsable and accessible to the general reader. Entries include: Absentee voting; Blue states; Campaign ethics; Dark-horse candidate; Dirty campaign tricks; Election fraud; Electoral College; Fundraising; Internet voting; League of Women Voters; Lincoln-Douglas debates; Machine politics; Populist Party; Recall; Republican Party; Super Tuesday; Voter turnout; and, Wedge issues.
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Author Biography - Larry J. Sabato
Larry J. Sabato received his Ph.D. from Oxford University and currently teaches at the University of Virginia, where he is also director of the Center for Politics. An expert on American elections, he is the author of Overtime!: The Election 2000 Thriller and the widely used survey text American Government: Continuity and Change. Howard R. Ernst received his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia and currently teaches at the United States Naval Academy. He coedited Dangerous Democracy?: The Battle over Ballot Initiatives in America. He lives in Arnold, MD.