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|Statement||Kathleen Hall Jamieson, David S. Birdsell.|
|Contributions||Birdsell, David S.|
|LC Classifications||JK524 .J37 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||88012548|
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The book examines almost every aspect of the presidential debates, from the audiences, to the moderators, to the competitors. Schroeder includes many interesting and little-known facts about the debates.5/5(3).
Alan Schroeder's popular history now covers the Bush-Gore and Bush-Kerry debates, including innovations in format and press coverage, and adds new research on televised debates since Schroeder organizes his book according to a television production timeline, highlighting the importance of pre- and postdebate periods, as well as.
Schroeder reaches beyond the political junkie and occasional academic with Presidential with illustrative stories and enough intrigue to be an 'insider's' view, this book not only can be read as a history of presidential debates, but, more importantly, brings alive the dynamic and evolutionary nature of political debates.
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Book Description: With its keen observations, diligent research, and insider revelations, Alan Schroeder's popular, big-picture history explores the phenomenon of American presidential debates like no other volume.
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41, No. 4, Spring Minow, an early organizer of the televised debates and the current vice chairman of the nonprofit, nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates, is the debates' greatest champion and most clear-eyed critic.
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Minow, an early organizer of the televised debates and the current vice chairman of the nonprofit, nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates, is the debates’ greatest champion and.
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President George W. Bush and Senator John Kerry (D-MA) meet at Arizona State University for the last of three presidential debates prior to the presidential election.
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Panel Discussion: Inside the Presidential Debates Newton Minow is the vice chairman of the Commission on Presidential Debates as well as the co-chair for the and Octo The presidential debates are coming to Facebook. ABC News is partnering with the social network to stream the three upcoming presidential debates between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and.
How important are presidential debates today. To answer this question, the authors place modern debates in their cultural and historical context, tracing their origins and development in the American political tradition, from the eighteenth century to the present, and concluding with somethoughtful suggestions for improving their current effectiveness.
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Alan Schroeder's popular history now covers the Bush-Gore and Bush-Kerry debates, including innovations in format and press coverage, and adds new research on televised debates since Schroeder organizes his book according to a television production timeline, highlighting the importance of pre- and postdebate periods, as well as the live telecasts 5/5(1).
Our Mission. The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) was established in to ensure, for the benefit of the American electorate, that general election debates between or among the leading candidates for the offices of President and Vice President of the United States are a permanent part of the electoral process.
The televised joint appearances (like most people, we shall call them "debates" in this book) of John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon in and of Jimmy Carter and Gerald R.
Ford in played critical roles in the two campaigns. Third Presidential Debate. In the two prior presidential debates and one vice presidential debate, the closest we’ve seen was a question in the vice-presidential debate about. Y ou won’t find the words debates, election, or presidential election in the index of Gladwell’s newest book, Talking with Strangers.
His book’s intent is Author: Frank Fear. Reading this book really gave me a great idea of how much pressure is on the candidates in presidential and vice-presidential debates; every word could be the one that decides the election.
Lehrer is surprisingly candid about his experiences and really makes you feel the tension of the moment/5. I've chosen to take my debates on Twitter.
I've done so mostly in the interest of exploring what difference it might make to take in the debates on social media rather than on television. Of course, the first thing to know is that the first televised debate, the famous Kennedy/Nixon debate, is something of a.
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and run for 90 minutes without any commercial breaks. There will also be one vice presidential debate, which will take place a month out from the presidential Author: Madison Feller. Inside the Presidential Debates is a hybrid of genres—part history, part policy memoir, and part apologia—that quickly ebbs and flows among various topics, such as a personal anecdote from Minow to several pages of background on the Lincoln-Douglas debates of to a discussion of Saturday Night Live’s influence on how Americans Author: Newton N.