By Stanley D. Brunn
The U.S. presidential election of 2008 used to be essentially the most major elections in contemporary American background. Bringing jointly best geographers and political scientists, this authoritative atlas analyzes and maps the campaigns, primaries, basic election, and key nation referenda to supply a wealthy photo of this watershed event.
The individuals provide a accomplished and exact evaluate of all points of the election, offering presidential effects on the nationwide point, in significant areas, and in swing states. Drilling right down to county point, they hint balloting styles for key racial, ethnic, non secular, and occupational teams. in addition they illustrate the crusade ideas of Democratic and Republican celebration leaders. relocating past the nationwide race, the atlas compares very important senatorial and gubernatorial races to presidential votes and considers chosen nation referenda resembling marriage amendments, farm animal cruelty, stem cellphone study, and physician-assisted suicide. for extra context and intensity, the 2008 election effects are in comparison with past nationwide elections.
Illustrated with greater than 2 hundred meticulously drawn full-color maps, the atlas should be a necessary reference and a desirable source for pundits, citizens, crusade staffs, and political junkies alike.
Contributions via: John Agnew, J. Clark Archer, William Berentsen, Stanley D. Brunn, Thomas E. Chapman, Jeffrey R. Crump, Carl T. Dahlman, David Darmofal, Lisa M. DeChano-Cook, Mark Drayse, Joshua J. Dyck, Ryan D. Enos, Daniel Ervin, John W. Frazier, Megan A. Gall, Andrew Gelman, James G. Gimpel, Alex Ginsburg, Sean P. Gorman, Mark Graham, Nathaniel HadleyDike, John Heppen, Heather Hollen, Taylor Johnson, Kimberly Karnes, Larry Knopp, Matt Landers, Stephen J. Lavin, Jonathan I. Leib, Kenneth C. Martis, John McNulty, Joshua R. Meddaugh, Melissa R. Michelson, Mark A. Moody, Toby Moore, Richard L. Morrill, J. Eric Oliver, Kathleen O'Reilly, Nick Quinton, Mark E. Reisinger, Wesley J. Reisser, Tony Robinson, Fred M. Shelley, Taylor Shelton, Jonathan Taylor, Andrew J. Turner, Tom Vanderhorst, Barney Warf, Robert Watrel, Gerald R. Webster, and Matthew Zook.
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Atlas of the 2008 Elections by Stanley D. Brunn