Table of contents for Voting to kill : how 9/11 launched the era of Republican leadership / Jim Geraghty.


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ONE
Post-9/11 America
1
TWO
An Unpopular Position on Gay Marriage Is a Headache;
An Unpopular Position on
National Security Is the Ebola Virus
21
THREE
Yes, It Is That Bad, Democrats
35
FOUR
It Takes Time and Effort to Build
a Reputation as a Wimp
53
FIVE
How Did Each Party React to 9/11?
109
SIX
Gaffes of Compounding Interest: The Terrorism Debate
from 2002 to 2004
155
SEVEN
Who Is Your Face?
211
EIGHT
Even If You Say Michael Moore Isn't Your Face, the Other
Guy Is Telling People That He Is
241
NINE
A Handicap Masquerading as an Advantage
271
TEN
You Can't Win If You're Angrier at Halliburton Than
Osama bin Laden
293



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: United States Politics and government 2001-September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 Influence, September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 Political aspects, War on Terrorism, 2001- Political aspects, Terrorism Government policy United States, Political culture United States, Voting United States, Republican Party (U, S, : 1854- )Democratic Party (U, S, )