Communication Consultants in Political Campaigns: Ballot Box Warriors

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Index
A. B. Data, 107
Ad Detector, 180, 183
Adams, John, 4, 5
Adams, John Quincy, 5, 6, 31; and the election of 1828, 9-12
Adnet America, 131
Advantage Consultants Inc., 110
AFL-CIO (American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Workers), 168-170, 182-183
Agnew, Spiro, 165-166
Ailes, Roger, 78-79, 88, 166
Alexander, Lamar, 161, 177, 200
Alger, Horatio, 167
Allen, Cathy, 78-79, 140-142
Allyn, Rob, 103
Allyn and Company, 103
American Association of Political Consultants, 20, 122, 128, 199, 200, 209
American Enterprise Institute, 75
American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), 144
Americans for Tax Reform, 203
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), 138
Aristotle Industries, 96
Arnold, Richard, 203
Articles of Confederation, 3
Arts and Entertainment Network, 188
Aspen Institute, 205
Bacon, John, 3
Bacus, Max, 129
Bailey, John, 21
Baker, Bill, 102
Bates, Ted, 155-156
Batten, Barton, Durstine and Osborne, 18-19, 154
Baxter, Leone, 17-18
Beall, Pat, 176
Beckley, John, 4
Bedinghaus, Bob, 58-59
Benchmark polls, 45-47. See also Polling consultants; Polls
Benton, Thomas Hart, 8
Berding, Jeff, 57
Berger, Josef, 79
Berlin, Glenn, 84
Bernays, Edward, 16-17. Works: Crystallizing Public Opinion, 16; The Engineering of Consent, 17
Beshear, Steve, 171-172
Bishop, Randy, 129
Blackett, Sample, and Hummert, 18
Blaemire, Robert, 70

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