9781611687989-1611687985-The First Primary: New Hampshire's Outsize Role in Presidential Nominations (UNH Non-Series Title)

The First Primary: New Hampshire's Outsize Role in Presidential Nominations (UNH Non-Series Title)

ISBN-13: 9781611687989
ISBN-10: 1611687985
Edition: First
Author: Moore, David W., Smith, Andrew E.
Publication date: 2015
Publisher: University of New Hampshire Press
Format: Paperback 300 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781611687989
ISBN-10: 1611687985
Edition: First
Author: Moore, David W., Smith, Andrew E.
Publication date: 2015
Publisher: University of New Hampshire Press
Format: Paperback 300 pages

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Acknowledged authors Moore, David W., Smith, Andrew E. wrote The First Primary: New Hampshire's Outsize Role in Presidential Nominations (UNH Non-Series Title) comprising 300 pages back in 2015. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1611687985 and 9781611687989. Since then The First Primary: New Hampshire's Outsize Role in Presidential Nominations (UNH Non-Series Title) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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Since 1952, the primary election in a small, not very diverse New England state has had a disproportionate impact on the U.S. presidential nomination process and the ensuing general election. Although just a handful of delegates are at stake, the New Hampshire primary has become a massive media event and a reasonably reliable predictor of a campaign’s ultimate success or failure. In The First Primary, Moore and Smith offer a comprehensive history of the state’s primary, an analysis of its media coverage and impact, and a description of the New Hampshire electorate, along with a discussion of how that electorate reflects or diverges from national opinions on candidates and issues. A book for political scientists and political junkies, media and policy professionals, and all students of American government, The First Primary ably fills the gaps in our understanding of New Hampshire’s outsize role in the nomination process.

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