This book describes, explains, and reflects upon the 1996 presidential and congressional elections, devoting equal coverage to three phases of the political process: the major party nominations, the general election, and the subsequent government organization. In doing so, this study links elections and governance.
About the Author:
Harvey L. Schantz is professor of political science at State University of New York, Plattsburgh. He as served as a Congressional Fellow of the American Political Science Association and as a Visiting Professor at Yale University. He is the editor of American Presidential Elections: Process, Policy, and Political Change (1996).