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Papers On Campaigns, Elections and 
Politicians (Page 1)
1984 Presidential Election Results : A 12 page paper
discussing the presidential election of 1984. The term
“rhetoric” has come to carry a negative connotation that is
the object only of scorn, while in the past it was a
much-admired ability and art. To the chagrin of the
Democratic Party, there could have been no better candidate
than Ronald Reagan for the 1984 election. He has indeed
earned his label of the “great communicator,” and his
personal character was found to be above reproach in a time
that such things mattered more than perhaps they do today.
Reagan was uniquely suited to the presidency at that time and
in that climate. Bibliography lists 9 sources. 1984el.doc

The 1992 Election / Ross Perot’s Unintended Role : A 5 page
research paper which examines the effect that Ross Perot’s
third party candidacy had on this election between incumbent
President George Bush and Democratic candidate Bill
Clinton. The writer demonstrates that without Ross Perot’s
influence on this election, Clinton might not have been
elected. Bibliography lists 5 sources. 1992elec.wps

Marketing Used in the 1992 Presidential Campaign :
A 6 page paper exploring the marketing maneuvers of the
1992 presidential campaign. Stresses that it is marketing that
determines our political leaders and gives numerous examples
of the marketing strategies used by Bill Clinton, George
Bush, and Ross Perot. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Reagan / Media & The Polls : A 12 page research paper that
discusses Reagan’s influence on the press corps and its effects
in the elections and the polls despite the unpopularity of his
fiscal policies among many citizens. The paper posits that
both the public and the media suffered from Reagan’s
administration, and that his media legacy has also contributed
to other unfavorable results for the current presidency and the
media as well. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Reagmed.wps

1992 Presidential Campaign Rhetoric : A 10 page paper
exploring the 1992 presidential campaign, its rhetoric and its
strategies regarding communication with the public through
interaction with the press. Emphasizes that it is effective
communication, most of which reaches the public through the
press, that determines our political leaders and gives
numerous examples of the communications strategies used by
Bill Clinton, George Bush, and Ross Perot. Bibliography lists
6 sources. 1992prec.wps

1996 Presidential Race / A Question of Economy ? : 
10 pages in which the writer examines the 1996 U.S. 
Presidential race as having largely been a question of 
economy. Clinton's role and ideology in U.S. economic 
policy are looked at as are Bob Dole's counter attacks. 
All are evaluated with respect to the election's outcomes. 
Bibliography lists 12 sources. Election.wps

John Ensign / Senate Campaign : 15 pages in length.
Republican John Ensign did not lose the Senate race because
he was not popular; indeed, the one-time veterinarian and
casino director held much of the Nevada constituency in the
palm of his hand. His clean-cut, family image, handsome
exterior and outward appeal for the betterment of all
Nevadans placed Ensign in good favor with the public.
However, he was up against a tough Democratic incumbent
by the name of Harry Reid. Both candidates pitched a good,
solid campaign, yet only one was ultimately chosen to occupy
Nevada's Senate seat. The writer discusses Ensign's
campaign as it relates to the 1998 Senate race. Bibliography
lists 10 sources. Jensign.wps

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