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The Almanac of American Politics 2006 (Almanac of American Politics)

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American politics has devolved into a grim battle between two approximately equal-size armies in a take-no-prisoners culture war. In 2000, those armies fought to a near-draw—out of more than 100 million ballots cast, the presidency of the United States hinged on a breathtakingly slim 537-vote margin in Florida. Four years later, despite the occurrence of a recession, two w ...more
Paperback, 1920 pages
Published August 15th 2005 by National Journal Group
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Barone, M, & Cohen, R. (2014). The almanac of American politics 2006. Chicago, IL: The
University of Chicago Press.

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Reference Type: Almanac

DDC: 094

Content Scope: The almanac covers politics in each state of the United States. It give a profile of people involved in government at the national and state levels. The almanac releases an update every two years.

Accuracy, Authority, Bias: This book, and its updates, have been extensive
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Michael Barone, a political analyst and journalist, studies politics, American government, and campaigns and elections. The principal coauthor of the annual Almanac of American Politics (National Journal Group), he has written many books on American politics and history. Barone is also a senior political analyst for the Washington Examiner. Barone has also written for many major market publication ...more
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