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The Perot Voters and the Future of American Politics

Menendez, Albert J.

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ISBN 10: 1573920444 / ISBN 13: 9781573920445
Published by Prometheus Books, Amherst, NY, 1996
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277, illus., maps, tables, footnotes, ink price on title page, slight sticker residue on DJ. Inscribed by the author. This ground breaking study draws on county voting data in every state, precinct data in select locales, and exit polling conducted on Election Day to reveal the widespread appeal of Perot's message. The author is a noted statistician formerly employed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Bookseller Inventory # 40150

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Title: The Perot Voters and the Future of American ...

Publisher: Prometheus Books, Amherst, NY

Publication Date: 1996

Book Condition: very good, very good

Edition: First Edition. First Printing.

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The 20 million voters who supported Ross Perot's 1992 run for the White House are a powerful and volatile bloc. These determined voters have the desire and the clout to effect significant changes in the American political system. But what do we know about these millions who have placed their faith in an eccentric Texas billionaire whose campaign was limited to infomercials, books, and high-toned political debate?

Albert J. Menendez brings us the only serious analysis of Perot voters and their impact on the future of American politics. Citing verifiable, credible, yet little-known data based on county voting data in every state, precinct data in select locales, and exit polling conducted at sample precincts on Election Day, Menendez reveals the widespread appeal of Perot's message. No other third-party candidate has tapped the wells of disaffection on both the right and the left, or has so effectively garnered the support of such diverse constituencies. This in-depth look at the Perot faithful provides important insights into the depth of his appeal and what it portends for the political future of America.

About the Author:

Albert J. Menendez (Gaithersburg, MD), a statistician formerly employed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, is associate director of Americans for Religious Liberty, and author of Religious Liberty and State Constitutions, and Visions of Reality: What Fundamentalist Schools Teach.

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