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36 Days


Description for 36 DAYS: THE COMPLETE CHRONICLE OF THE 2000 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CRISIS by the Correspondents of the "New York Times" with an introduction by Douglas Brinkley:

From the most trusted newspaper in the country, here is the complete story of the Election 2000 standoff that stopped American politics.

Beginning on Election Day and ending with the Supreme Court decision that gave victory to George W. Bush, this important volume provides a day-by-day record of events as they unfolded. Drawing on the talents of many of the the top political reporters at The New York Times, 36 DAYS aims to make sense of a complex and convoluted chapter in our recent history.

Along with lead stories from each consecutive day, the book includes informative and enlightening background pieces, analytical essays, investigative reports, personality profiles, and opinion pieces, thus offering students and all other observations of this election a well-rounded, fair-minded, thoughtful account. These pieces are linked by original text that highlights key developments and shifting strategies. Also included are selected excerpts from all the relevant legal opinions, statistical graphics, quotations, and sidebar stories. An introduction by acclaimed presidential scholar Brinkley adds historical perspective to this authoritative and comprehensive chronicle.


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Condition: Used - Good, Library discard. Library markings on inside and outside. Inside is starting to tan.
ISBN: 9780805068504
Shipping Weight: 1lbs
Published: 2001

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 08 May, 2013.

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