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After Hope and Change

The 2012 Elections and American Politics, Post 2014 Election Update

James W. Ceaser; Andrew E. Busch and John J. Pitney Jr.

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Now updated to include the 2014 midterms and preview the coming 2016 election cycle, After Hope and Change provides the most comprehensive and authoritative account of the national election, including the presidential nomination process and election and congressional elections. As they have for every national election since 1992, James W. Ceaser and Andrew E. Busch, now joined by John J. Pitney, Jr., combine a concise account of the elections as well as the broader context for American politics and institutions.

Previous books in the series
After Hope and Change: The 2012 Elections and American Politics
Epic Journey: The 2008 Elections and American Politics
Red Over Blue: The 2004 Elections and American Politics
The Perfect Tie: The True Story of the 2000 Presidential Election
Losing to Win: The 1996 Elections and American Politics
Upside Down and Inside Out: The 1992 Elections and American Politics
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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Pages: 218Size: 6 x 9
978-1-4422-4745-1 • Paperback • March 2015 • $29.00 • (£19.95)
978-1-4422-4746-8 • eBook • March 2015 • $27.00 • (£17.95)

James W. Ceaser is professor of politics at the University of Virginia. Andrew E. Busch is professor of government at Claremont McKenna College. John J. Pitney Jr. is professor of government at Claremont McKenna College.
Acknowledgments
1. A Tale of Two Campaigns

2. Hanging On
3. The Republican Nomination Contest
4. The Presidential Campaign
5. Congressional and State Elections
6. The Future of American Politics and Institutions
Epilogue: 2014
Index
About the Authors
After Hope and Change is another in a series of books on American elections by Ceaser and Busch going back to 1992. Pitney joins them here. . . .The book’s reporting is very good, and it refreshes the memories of interested readers. However, After Hope and Change is better journalism than it is political science. Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduate, graduate, and research collections.
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