Campaigning American Style | Rowman & Littlefield
Campaigning American Style
Few areas of American politics have changed as dramatically in recent times as the way in which we choose public officials. Students of politics and political communications are struggling to keep abreast of these developments--and the 2004 election season is adding to the challenge in interesting new ways. Campaigning American Style is a series of books devoted to both the theory and practice of American electoral politics. It offers high quality work on the conduct of contemporary electioneering and how it is transforming our electoral system. Scholars, practitioners, and students of campaigns and elections need new resources to keep pace with the rapid rate of electoral change, and we are pleased to help provide them in this exciting series.

Editor(s): Daniel M. Shea and F. Christopher Arterton