Losing to Win: The 1996 Elections and American Politics

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Index
abortion issue, 113; Catholics and, 162, 163; gender gap and, 160; Republican disunity on, 95-96
accommodation, strategy of, 121-22
advertisements, 4, 114, 122-23, 128, 139, 154, 155
affirmative action, 47, 65, 69, 75, 78, 113, 153, 170
AFL-CIO, campaign by, 128
age issue, Dole and, 164
agenda convergence, 122
Aldrich, Gary, 94
Alexander, Lamar, 69; candidacy of, 58, 59, 63, 66, 76, 82, 86; fiscal conservatism of, 75; outsiderism of, 68, 80-82, 168; qualifications of, 73
ambivalent middle, 51, 126-27
Anderson, John: Reform party and, 111
angry white males, protest by, 2-3, 12, 38
Apple, R. W, Jr., 107
Armey, Dick: advertising campaign by, 123
Asian-Americans, Republicans and, 136
assault weapon ban, 44, 96
attraction, 8, 120, 122, 136-42
Baker, Howard, 81
Baker, James, 67, 68, 105
balanced budget, 46, 47, 54n32, 102, 117n28, 139, 141, 170; Clinton and, 7, 44; Gingrich and, 7
Barbour, Haley, 126, 139, 152
Beasley, David: Dole and, 86
Bennett, Robert, 93
Bennett, William, 65, 67, 105
big government, 7, 39, 40, 90, 103, 123, 127; Clinton and, 13, 33; end of, 13, 47-48, 51
bipartisanship, 24, 30-31, 37
black House members: decline in, 135; redistricting and, 130-31
blacks: Clinton and, 163; Republicans and, 136
Blaine, James G., 116n5
Bradley, Bill, 49, 67, 111, 113
Brady, Sarah and Jim, 109
Brady Bill, 35, 167
Broder, David S.: on Clinton/ Democratic party, 98
Brown, Jerry: outsiderism of, 80
Brownback, Sam, 135
Bruggere, Tom, 128
Bryant, James Sears, 128
Buchanan, Patrick, 28, 55n42, 74; anti‐ immigration rhetoric of, 163; anti‐ Semitism and, 78; candidacy of, 58, 59, 62-63, 66, 70, 72-73, 76, 82, 84, 85, 86; community virtue and, 79;

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Table of contents

  • Losing to Win *
  • To Mindy and Blaire *
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Chapter 1 - Greater Dooms Win Greater Destinies 1
  • Notes 24
  • Chapter 2 - The Two Clinton Presidencies 27
  • Notes 53
  • Chapter 3 - The Republican Nomination 57
  • Notes 86
  • Chapter 4 - In the Doledrums: the Interregnum from March to September 89
  • Notes 115
  • Chapter 5 - The Congressional Elections 119
  • Notes 145
  • Chapter 6 - The Presidential Election and the New Era of Coalitional Partnership 149
  • Notes 172
  • Appendix 1 - Presidential Vote by State, 1996 175
  • Index 177
  • About the Authors *
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