Home Browse Books Book details, The Election of 1980: Reports and Interpretations. We agree in many of our conclusions - most notably in interpreting the 1980 results as a negative reaction to the Carter administration rather than a victory for conservative ideology
Home Browse Books Book details, The Election of 1980: Reports and Interpretations. The Election of 1980: Reports and Interpretations. By Gerald M. Pomper, Marlene Michels Pomper. We agree in many of our conclusions - most notably in interpreting the 1980 results as a negative reaction to the Carter administration rather than a victory for conservative ideology. We differ on some other interpretations and hope that our diverse arguments will provoke further discussion.
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The 1980 United States presidential election was the 49th quadrennial presidential election. It was held on Tuesday, November 4, 1980. Republican nominee Ronald Reagan defeated Democrat Jimmy Carter. Due to the rise of conservatism following Reagan's victory, some historians consider the election to be a realigning election that marked the start of the "Reagan Era".
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Undoubtedly the elections of the 1980s were among the key political events of the . The Election of 1988: Reports and Interpretations.
Undoubtedly the elections of the 1980s were among the key political events of the era and have spawned a considerable literature, starting with the election of 1980. Overall, Reagan aimed-with considerable success throughout the 1980s-to fashion a new and more powerful Republican coalition in the electorate.
Volume XIV Number 2. The Election of 1980. Reports and Interpretations. soon after the event is very valuable. This book scoops the certain flood of. more ponderous, turgid, and complicated election studies which will come. Gerald M. Pomper with colleagues. At last a bright spot in the 1980 election -a report that is sophisticated in analysis, comprehensive in coverage, and illuminating in its implications for the future. JAMES MACGREGOR BURNS, Williams College. Balanced, informative, and compelling. Gerald Pomper and his Rutgers colleagues give us a valuable and sensible analysis of the 1980 presidential and congressional elections.
The 1980 election remade not only American politics and American government, but America itself. That is Andrew Busch�s striking argument. And his graceful narrative does a fine job of telling us just how it happened. An illuminating investigation of this key contest, which brought Reagan and the Republican Party�s conservative wing to power. Busch offers an admiring but fair appraisal of Reagan�s victory over a hapless Jimmy Carter. succeeds admirably in providing an election analysis that is concise and informative.
American presidential election, 1980 Results of the American presidential election, 1980. Presidential Candidate. It is axiomatic that Americans rally around a president in times of international crisis, and that was precisely what happened during the Democratic primaries, to Kennedy’s obvious and outspoken chagrin. Kennedy victories in a number of key states, including New York and California, were unable to stave off the inevitable.
The United States presidential election of 1980 was the 49th quadrennial . William DeGregorio, The Complete Book of . Presidents, Gramercy 1997.
The United States presidential election of 1980 was the 49th quadrennial presidential election. With two weeks to go to the election, the Reagan campaign decided that the best thing to do at that moment was to accede to all of President Carter's demands, and LWV agreed to exclude Congressman Anderson from the final debate, which was rescheduled for October 28 in Cleveland, Ohio. President Carter (left) and former Governor Reagan (right) at the presidential debate on October 28, 1980.