Presidential elections and American politics

voters, candidates, and campaigns since 1952 by Herbert B. Asher

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StatementHerbert B. Asher.
LC ClassificationsJK1965 .A83 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 397, xviii p. :
Number of Pages397
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Open LibraryOL2413447M
ISBN 100256030340, 0256063176
LC Control Number87071355

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