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A fascinating account of the 2008 presidential campaign by distinguished political analyst Mark Curtis. This was one of the most historic elections in U.S. history, with the first viable African-American and female candidates. Having covered every Presidential campaign since Ronald Reagan's victory in 1980, Curtis has an encyclopedic knowledge of the process. This book is A fascinating account of the 2008 presidential campaign by distinguished political analyst Mark Curtis. This was one of the most historic elections in U.S. history, with the first viable African-American and female candidates. Having covered every Presidential campaign since Ronald Reagan's victory in 1980, Curtis has an encyclopedic knowledge of the process. This book is a great chronicle of the 2008 campaign. Curtis traveled from coast-to-coast with all the candidates. Along the way, he spoke with average Americans in small towns and big cities alike. This book is about their hopes and dreams now that the voters have made their decision. It gives everyone the opportunity to relive this historic era from a new, informative and entertaining perspective. Includes forty-one B&W photographs never before printed in any book.


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A fascinating account of the 2008 presidential campaign by distinguished political analyst Mark Curtis. This was one of the most historic elections in U.S. history, with the first viable African-American and female candidates. Having covered every Presidential campaign since Ronald Reagan's victory in 1980, Curtis has an encyclopedic knowledge of the process. This book is A fascinating account of the 2008 presidential campaign by distinguished political analyst Mark Curtis. This was one of the most historic elections in U.S. history, with the first viable African-American and female candidates. Having covered every Presidential campaign since Ronald Reagan's victory in 1980, Curtis has an encyclopedic knowledge of the process. This book is a great chronicle of the 2008 campaign. Curtis traveled from coast-to-coast with all the candidates. Along the way, he spoke with average Americans in small towns and big cities alike. This book is about their hopes and dreams now that the voters have made their decision. It gives everyone the opportunity to relive this historic era from a new, informative and entertaining perspective. Includes forty-one B&W photographs never before printed in any book.

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