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Election 2008 - Foer, Franklin - Yale University Press
  • Jan 02, 2008
    304 p., 5 x 7 3/4
    13 b/w illus.
    ISBN: 9780300126525
    Paper
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A New Republic Book

Election 2008

A Voter's Guide

  • Franklin Foer and the Editors of The New Republic; Illustrations by David Cowles
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Featuring the writers and editors of THE NEW REPUBLIC, this handbook for the 2008 presidential election contains information every citizen needs as we head into the primaries. THE NEW REPUBLIC'S Election 2008: A Voter’s Guide includes deeply reported, psychologically rich profiles of candidates and a compendium of facts and figures about the hopefuls. Marked throughout by the irreverent wit, style, and intelligence of THE NEW REPUBLIC, this will be the indispensable guide to the 2008 election season.

 

Election 2008: A Voter’s Guide features:

 

· Ryan Lizza on Barack Obama’s real guru

· Michael Crowley on Hillary Clinton’s views of war and peace

· Jonathan Cohn on Mitt Romney’s uncomfortable relationship with his father 

· Thomas B. Edsall on Rudy Giuliani’s unlikely appeal 

· Jason Zengerle on John Edwards’s populist reinvention

· Michelle Cottle on the masculine charms of Fred Thompson

· Noam Scheiber on the many conversions of Sam Brownback

· John B. Judis on the electoral trends that will determine the next president

 

Franklin Foer is editor of The New Republic and author of How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization.

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