Table of contents for A defining moment : the presidential election of 2004 / edited by William Crotty.

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Contents
Preface
Part I: The Context
1. The Bush Presidency: Establishing the Agenda for the Campaign
William Crotty
2. Constituencies and the Consequences of the Presidential Vote
Richard J. Powell and Mark D. Brewer
Part II: The Presidential Campaign and Congressional Races
3. Political Participation in the 2004 Presidential Election: Turnout and Policy Consequences
M. Margaret Conway
4. The Inevitable Unanticipated Consequences of Political Reform: The 2004 Presidential Nomination Process
Christine L. Day, Harold W. Stanley, Charles D. Hadley
5. Financing the 2004 Presidential Election
William Crotty
6. The Presidential Race of 2004: A Mandated Election?
Patricia Conley
7. Incumbency, Politics, and Policy: Detour or New Direction?
Jerome M. Mileur
8. The 2004 Congressional Races
John S. Jackson, III.
Part III: Conclusions
8. Holy Owned Subsidiary: Globalization, Religion, and Politics in the 2004 Election
Thomas Ferguson
9. The Armageddon Election
John Kenneth White
10. Armageddon, Just Another Campaign, or Something In-Between?: The Meaning and Consequences of the 2004 Election
William Crotty
Appendix: Presidential Vote Since 1789
Author's Biographical Information

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Presidents -- United States -- Election, 2004.