Election 1996

BILL CLINTON REFERENCE

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1990S DECADE OF SCANDAL:

By Bonnie K. Goodman, BA, MLIS

BILL CLINTON 1996 ELECTION

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Dautrich, Kenneth, and Thomas H. Hartley. How the News Media Fail American Voters: Causes, Consequences, and Remedies. New York: Columbia University Press, 1999. Internet resource.

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Kaid, Lynda L, and Dianne G. Bystrom. The Electronic Election: Perspectives on the 1996 Campaign Communication. Mahwah, N.J: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, 1999. Print.

Doering, Christy T. Media Coverage of Social Issues During the 1996 Presidential Election: A Social Work Perspective. , 1998. Print.

Loevy, Robert D. The Manipulated Path to the White House: Maximizing Advantage in the Presidential Selection Process. Lanham, Md: University Press of America, 1998. Print.

Wang, L L. Race, Class, Citizenship, and Extraterritoriality: Asian Americans and the 1996 Campaign Finance Scandal. Los Angeles: Asian American Studies Center, University of California, Los Angeles, 1998. Print.

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Courtaway, Kyle R. “don’t You Know Me? I’m Your Nativist Son-“: The Rhetorical Construction of Enemies in Patrick Buchanan’s 1996 Presidential Campaign. , 1998. Print.

Lee, Peter P. The 1996 Presidential Debates: The Rhetorical Soccer Mom and the Candidates’ Persuasive Attack and Defense Strategies. , 1998. Print.

Tarrance, V L, Vries W. De, and Donna L. Mosher. Checked and Balanced: How Ticket-Splitters Are Shaping the New Balance of Power in American Politics. Grand Rapids, Mich: William B. Eerdmans Pub. Co, 1998. Print.

Southwick, Leslie H. Presidential Also-Rans and Running Mates, 1788 Through 1996. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co, 1998. Print.

Denton, Robert E. The 1996 Presidential Campaign: A Communication Perspective. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1998. Print.

Simon, Roger. Big Top: Racing for the Presidency at the End of the Century. New York: Times Books, 1998. Print.

Lewis, Michael. Trail Fever: Spin Doctors, Rented Strangers, and Thumb Wrestlers on the Road to the White House. New York: Vintage Books, 1998. Print.

Benoit, William L, Joseph R. Blaney, and P M. Pier. Campaign ’96: A Functional Analysis of Acclaiming, Attacking, and Defending. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1998. Print.

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Shogan, Robert. The Fate of the Union: America’s Rocky Road to Political Stalemate. Boulder, Colo: Westview Press, 1998. Print.

Kahale, George. You Must Be Joking: The Game of Presidential Elections. Tampa, FL: Axelrod Pub. of Tampa Bay, 1998. Print.

Keller, Suzanne. A Study of Media Coverage of the 1996 Presidential Campaign. , 1998. Print.

Murphy, Janet. An Analysis of Political Bias in Evening Network News During the 1996 Presidential Campaigns. , 1998. Print.

Dover, E D. The Presidential Election of 1996: Clinton’s Incumbency and Television. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1998. Print.

Racer, Dave. Camp Keyes, Atlanta, Ga: Wsb Tv and Political Censorship. Arden Hills, MN: Tiny Press, 1998. Print.

Abramson, Paul R, John H. Aldrich, and David W. Rohde. Change and Continuity in the 1996 Elections. Washington, D.C: CQ Press, 1998. Print.

Stefanakos, Kyriakoylis I. Picking the Winner: Popularized Coverage by the Print Media of the 1996 Presidential and Vice Presidential Televised Debates. , 1998. Print.

A Review of Voting and Political Demography in 1996. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1997. Print.

Vigil, Maurilio E. Hispanics and the 1996 Presidential Election. , 1997. Print.

Beck, Deborah. Issue Advocacy Advertising During the 1996 Campaign: A Catalog : a Report. Philadelphia, PA: Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania, 1997. Print.

Lewis, Michael. Trail Fever: Spin Doctors, Rented Strangers, Thumb Wrestlers, Toe Suckers, Grizzly Bears, and Other Creatures on the Road to the White House. New York: Knopf, 1997. Print.

McKeown, Carol A. Candidates’ Web Site Use During the 1996 Presidential Campaign. , 1997. Print.

Payne, J G, and Wayne Jacques. Campaign ’96: Messages for the New Millennium. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1997. Print.

Gross, Margaret V. Young Voters in the 1996 Election: A Case Study of the Institutional Explanation of Non-Voting. , 1997. Print.

Ceaser, James W, and Andrew Busch. Losing to Win: The 1996 Elections and American Politics. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1997. Print.

Thomas, Evan. Back from the Dead: How Clinton Ended the Republican Revolution. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1997. Print.

Cain, Bruce E, and Donald K. Mac. Race and Party Politics in the 1996 U.s. Presidential Election. Berkeley, Calif.: Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California at Berkeley, 1997. Print.

Erickson, Steve. American Nomad. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1997. Print.

Jews at the Polls: Report and Interpretation of the 1996 U.s. Presidential Election Based on the American Jewish Congress Exit Poll. New York, NY: American Jewish Congress, 1997. Print.

Sabato, Larry. Toward the Millennium: The Elections of 1996. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1997. Print.

Drew, Elizabeth. Whatever It Takes: The Real Struggle for Political Power in America. New York, N.Y., U.S.A: Viking, 1997. Print.

Adasiewicz, Christopher, Douglas G. Rivlin, and Jeffrey D. Stanger. Free Television for Presidential Candidates: The 1996 Experiment. Philadelphia, Pa: Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania, 1997. Print.

Tenpas, Kathryn D. Presidents As Candidates: Inside the White House for the Presidential Campaign. New York [u.a.: Garland Publishing, 1997. Print.

Israel, Fred L. Student’s Atlas of American Presidential Elections, 1789-1996. Washington, D.C: Congressional Quarterly, 1997. Print.

Hickerson, Corey A. Impression Management in the Dole Campaign: The Ideal President?, 1997. Print.

Fine, Josh. The Zoo: The Care and Feeding of a Presidential Campaign. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1997. Print.

Khole, Asmita P. The Analysis of the Home Pages of the Presidential Candidates During the 1996 Presidential Election. , 1997. Print.

Dickson, Sandra H. A Cynical Press: Coverage of the 1996 Presidential Campaign. , 1997. Print.

Pomper, Gerald M. The U.s. Election of 1996: Clinton – Gore V. Dole – Kemp. S.l.: Chatham House, 1997. Print.

Voter News Service General Election Exit Polls, 1996. Ann Arbor, Mich: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, 1997. Print.

Sabato, Larry. The 1996 Presidential and Congressional Contests in Virginia: A Status Quo Election with Spice. , 1997. Print.

Hohenberg, John. Reelecting Bill Clinton: Why America Chose a “new” Democrat. Syracuse, N.Y: Syracuse University Press, 1997. Print.

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Prysby, Charles L, and Carmine Scavo. Voting Behavior: The 1996 Election. Washington, D.C: American Political Science Association, 1997. Print.

Abrams, Herbert L. Can the Nation Afford a Senior Citizen As President?: The Age Factor in the 1996 Election and Beyond. Stanford, CA: Center for International Security and Arms Control, Stanford University, 1997. Print.

Cain, Bruce E, Donald K. Mac, and Kenneth F. McCue. Race, Ethnicity, and Affirmative Action: The Impact of Proposition 209 on Presidential Voting. Place of publication not identified: publisher not identified, 1997. Print.

O’Rourke, William. Campaign America ’96: The View from the Couch. New York: Marlowe & Co, 1997. Print.

Morris, Dick. Behind the Oval Office: Winning the Presidency in the Nineties. New York: Random House, 1997. Print.

Mashek, John, Larry McGill, and Adam C. Powell. Lethargy ’96: How the Media Covered a Listless Campaign. Nashville, TN: Freedom Forum First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University, 1997. Print.

Moreland, Laurence W, and Robert P. Steed. The 1996 Presidential Election in the South: Southern Party Systems in the 1990s. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1997. Print.

Voter News Service Presidential Primary Exit Polls, 1996. Ann Arbor, Mich: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, 1997. Print.

Scurry, Lee G. Attention to and Attitudes Toward Alternative Media in the 1996 Presidential Campaign. , 1997. Print.

Thomas, Evan. Back from the Dead: How Clinton Survived the Republican Revolution. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1997. Print.

Rash, Wayne. Politics on the Nets: Wiring the Political Process. New York: W.H. Freeman, 1997. Print.

Friedenberg, Robert V. Rhetorical Studies of National Political Debates 1996. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1997. Internet resource.

Domke, David. New Media, Candidates and Issues, and Public Opinion in the 1996 Presidential Campaign. , 1997. Print.

Rosenstone, Steven J, Donald R. Kinder, and Warren E. Miller. American National Election Study, 1996: Pre- and Post-Election Survey. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, 1997. Print.

Nelson, Michael. The Elections of 1996. Washington, D.C: CQ Press, 1997. Print.

Stoll, Gundula T. Different Perspectives or Homogenization of News: A Qualitative Study on the International Tv News Coverage of the 1996 U.s. Presidential Elections. , 1997. Print.

Broder, David S. Campaign for President: The Managers Look at ’96. Hollis, N.H: Hollis Pub. Co, 1997. Print.

Brownlee, Jodeane N. A Case Study of Two Omaha Radio Talk Shows During the 1996 Presidential Campaign. , 1997. Print.

Crotty, William J, and Jerome M. Mileur. America’s Choice: The Election of 1996. Guilford, CT: Dushkin/McGraw-Hill, 1997. Print.

Semore, Lana. A Qualitative Study of the Pervasive Effects of Political Advertising and Its Impact on the Clinton/dole Campaign. , 1997. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Dole’s Personal Character Viewed More Favorably Than Clinton’s, but Voters Favor the President Because His Positions on Issues Are Closer to Their Own. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

Greenman, Ben, and Kristin Miller. Net Vote: Follow the 1996 Campaign Online!New York: M. Wolff & Co, 1996. Print.

Barnes, Michael D, and Frank Fahrenkopf. The Political Truth: A Voter’s Guide to the 1996 Presidential Candidates and Elections. McLean, VA: Apolitical Press, Inc, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Powell Very Favorably Regarded, Would Give Gop Ticket a Boost If He Were V.p. Nominee: Wilson, Lungren, Deukmejian, Cox Would Not Increase Republican Chances in California. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

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Cnn/usa Today/gallup Poll: Post-democratic Convention, August 30-September 1, 1996. Princeton: Gallup Organization, 1996. Print.

Voter Typology: Dole Fails with Populists, Gop Moderates : Clinton Unites Dems, Gains Working Class Independents. Washington, D.C: Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, 1996. Print.

Join with the Socialist Campaign in 1996: James Harris for U.s. President : Laura Garza for Vice President. New York: Socialist Workers 1996 National Campaign Committee, 1996. Print.

Cnn/usa Today/gallup Poll: Post-gop Convention Reaction, August 16-18, 1996. Princeton, NJ: The Gallup Organization, 1996. Print.

Under the Influence: The 1996 Presidential Candidates and Their Campaign Advisers. Washington, D.C: Center for Public Integrity, 1996. Print.

Lewis, Charles, Alejandro Benes, and Meredith O’Brien. The Buying of the President. New York: Avon Books, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Clinton’s Lead Is Now 18 Points: High Degree of Voter Certainty About Their Choice. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. California’s Voter Participation Rate Next Tuesday [nov. 5, 1996] Could Be the Lowest for a Presidential Election in Seventy-Two Years. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Clinton Regains Wide Lead Over Dole: Dick Morris Affair Not Affecting Vote. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

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Mashek, John W. Scrubbed, Sanitized, and Still Essential. Nashville, TN: Freedom Forum First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University, 1996. Print.

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On Media and the Campaign. New York: Freedom Forum Media Studies Center, 1996. Print.

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Volatility Still to Come in New Hampshire: Poll Watch, February 13, 1996. Washington, D.C: Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, 1996. Print.

Mashek, John W. Is the Press Writing Off Dole’s Chances?Nashville, TN: Freedom Forum First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University, 1996. Print.

The Media & Campaign 96: Briefing No. 2. New York: Freedom Forum Media Studies Center, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Clinton Getting More Supporters on Issues Which Voters View As Very Important. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

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DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Powell As V.p. Would Add to Gop Vote: Wilson As V.p. Would Detract from Ticket. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

Why Socialists Support Nader in ’96. Detroit, MI: Solidarity, 1996. Print.

O’Leary, Bradley S. Top 200 Reasons Not to Vote for Bill Clinton. Austin, TX: Boru Pub, 1996. Print.

The Media & Campaign 96: Briefing No. 3. New York: Media Studies Center, 1996. Print.

Cnn/usa Today/gallup Poll: Mid-gop Convention Reaction, August 14-15, 1996. Princeton: Gallup Organization, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Final Pre-Election Poll: Clinton Leading by 11 Points : Prop 209, Yes 52%, No 38% : Prop 211, No Side Leading 2 to 1 : Prop 215, Maintaining Big Lead. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

Srodes, James, and Arthur Jones. Campaign 1996: Who’s Who in the Race for the White House. New York, N.Y: HarperPaperbacks, 1996. Print.

Candidates ’96: Profiles of Presidential Candidates. Washington, D.C: Congressional Quarterly Inc, 1996. Print.

Franken, Al. Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot and Other Observations. New York: Delacorte Press, 1996. Print.

Take This Campaign, Please!: Tv News Coverage of the 1996 Presidential Election. Washington, D.C: Center for Media and Public Affairs, 1996. Print.

Mashek, John W. Polls ’96: Media Falling into Old Habits. Nashville, TN: Freedom Forum First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University, 1996. Print.

The Media & Campaign 96: Briefing No. 1. New York, N.Y: Freedom Forum, Media Studies Center, 1996. Print.

Gallup Poll: July Gpns, July 25-28, 1996. Princeton: Gallup Organization, 1996. Print.

Citizen’s Guide to U.s. Foreign Policy Issues, Election ’96: Nonpartisan Briefs on Key Issues Facing the Nation. New York, N.Y: The Association, 1996. Print.

Cnn/usa Today/gallup Poll: Perot Excluded from Debates Reaction, September 17, 1996. Princeton: Gallup Organization, 1996. Print.

Mashek, John W. The Political Advertising War of 1996. Nashville, TN: Freedom Forum First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University, 1996. Print.

Election Night ’96 at Igs: Program & Election Guide, November 5, 1996. Berkeley, Calif.: Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, 1996. Print.

Mashek, John W. Summer Olympics in Washington: Clinton Vs. Dole. Nashville, TN: Freedom Forum First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University, 1996. Print.

Cnn/usa Today/gallup Poll: Dole V.p. Announcement Reaction, August 11, 1996. Princeton: Gallup Organization, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Hillary or Elizabeth?: Even Division Among Voters As to Who They Would Admire More As First Lady. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

Sullivan, Andrew, and Vint Lawrence. The New Republic Guide to the Candidates, 1996. New York: BasicBooks, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Dole’s Lead Declines, Buchanan and Alexander Gain. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Clinton’s Lead Halved from 20 to 10 Points Among Likely Voters Following Gop Nominating Convention. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

Results of Delaware’s Presidential Primary, February 24, 1996. Place of publication not identified: publisher not identified, 1996. Print.

The Bad News Campaign: Tv News Coverage of the Gop Primaries. Washington, D.C: Center for Media and Public Affairs, 1996. Print.

Nichol, James P. Russia’s Upcoming Presidential Election: Implications for Russia and U.s. Interests. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, 1996. Internet resource.

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Mashek, John W. “family-values” Feuding in the Home Stretch. Nashville, TN: Freedom Forum First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University, 1996. Print.

The Media & Campaign 96 Briefing. New York, N.Y: Freedom Forum Media Studies Center, 1996. Print.

Sanders, Christine. Media, Politics and the World Wide Web: A Qualitative Analysis of the 1996 Presidential Campaign. , 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Clinton Leads by Ten Points: Most Voters Say Clinton Made Better Debate Impression. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Half of Dole’s Vote Is Anti-Clinton, While Only 1/4 of Clinton’s Vote Is Anti-Dole: Few Voters Expect to Change Their Minds : Clinton Voters Confident of Victory. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

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Kees, Beverly. Are We There Yet?: An Examination of How Well the News Media Are Covering the 1996 Campaign. Los Angeles, CA: Freedom Forum Pacific Coast Center, 1996. Print.

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DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Republicans View Dole As Clearly Superior to Buchanan on a Host of Issues and Attributes: Clinton Has Edge Over Dole on Many of Same Items Among All Voters. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

Wayne, Stephen J. The Road to the White House, 1996: The Politics of Presidential Elections. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1996. Print.

Lawrence, David G. The Collapse of the Democratic Presidential Majority: Realignment, Dealignment, and Electoral Change from Franklin Roosevelt to Bill Clinton. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Clinton Maintains Sizeable Lead Over Dole, Perot and Nader. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Outcome in Presidential Race Could Affect House Contests. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

Fitton, Darren. The Utility for the Republican Party of the Compressed Primaries and Caucuses in 1996. , 1996. Print.

The Media & Campaign 96: Briefing No. 4. New York: Freedom Forum Media Studies Center, 1996. Print.

Mashek, John W. Another Surprise for the Media in Campaign ’96. Nashville, TN: Freedom Forum First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Dole Zooms Ahead of Buchanan in California Primary but Trails Clinton in General Election Match-Ups. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

Cnn/usa Today/gallup Poll: Post Debate 1 Panel Reaction, October 6, 1996. Princeton: Gallup Organization, 1996. Print.

Gardner, Gerald C. Who’s in Charge Here? 1996. Los Angeles, Calif: Dove Books, 1996. Print.

The Media & Campaign 96: Briefing. New York: Freedom Forum Media Studies Center, 1996. Print.

Voter Turnout Plummets Below 50 Pct. to Lowest Level Since 1924 in Mandateless Election. Washington, DC: The Committee, 1996. Print.

Dole, Robert J, Elizabeth H. Dole, Richard N. Smith, and Kerry Tymchuk. Unlimited Partners: Our American Story. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996. Print.

Harkness, Tom. A Guide to Presidential Elections: Handbook 1996. St. Paul, Mn: Brown & Bigelow, Inc, 1996. Print.

O’Brien, Meredith. Place Your Bets: The Gambling Industry and the 1996 Presidential Election. Washington, D.C: Center for Public Integrity, 1996. Print.

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Woodward, Bob. The Choice. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996. Print.

Lamm, Richard D, and Bob Wachendorf. An Inventory of the Papers of Governor Richard A. Lamm: The 1996 Presidential Campaign and the Reorganization of the Reform Party. Denver, Colo: Colorado Historical Society, 1996. Print.

A Dull Campaign, Clinton Will Win Say More Than 70% of Voters: But House Race Tightens. Washington, D.C: Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, 1996. Print.

Class Collisions in Response to Buchanan, Nationwide: Voters Know More Than in ’92. Washington, D.C: Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, 1996. Print.

Interest in Debates Off: Dole Can’t Cash in on Mixed View of Clinton. Washington, D.C: Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Voters Believe State and Country Would More Likely Be Headed in Right Direction If Clinton Rather Than Dole Is President Next Four Years. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Clinton Increases Leads Over Possible Republican Nominees. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

Walbourn, Jason K. Toward a Class Based Coalition: A Strategy for Democratic Renewal. , 1996. Print.

Dole’s Summer Doldrums: Tv News Coverage of the 1996 Presidential Election. Washington, D.C: Center for Media and Public Affairs, 1996. Print.

Elving, Ronald D. Congressional Quarterly’s Candidates ’96: Profiles of Presidential Contenders. Washington, D.C: Congressional Quarterly Inc, 1996. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Hillary Clinton Is Preferred Over Elizabeth Dole As First Lady: Gore Adds More Strength to Democratic Ticket Than Kemp to Gop’s. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1996. Print.

Campaign ’96 Early Return: Tv News Coverage of the 1996 Presiential Campaign “preseason.”. Washington, D.C: Center for Media and Public Affairs, 1995. Print.

Fraser, Margo J. Why America Should Re-Elect Bill Clinton in ’96. United States: publisher not identified, 1995. Print.

Candidates ’96: Profiles of Presidential Contenders. Washington, D.C: Congressional Quarterly Inc, 1995. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Big Potential for Third Political Party in California: Powell Viewed Most Favorably As an Independent Presidential Candidate, While Most Voters Like Perot’s Issue Positions, Large Proportion Has a Negative View of Him. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1995. Print.

Voter Anxiety Dividing Gop: Energized Democrats Backing Clinton. Washington, D.C: Times Mirror Center for the People & the Press, 1995. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Public Supports Having Reform Party on Ballot, but Not Supportive of Perot Candidacy: Nader Does Not Do Well As Green Party Presidential Nominee. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1995. Print.

Hallow, Ralph Z, and Bradley S. O’Leary. Presidential Follies: Those Who Would Be President and Those Who Should Think Again. Boerne, Tex: Boru Pub, 1995. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Both Democrats and Republicans Highly Critical of Wilson Running for President. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1995. Print.

Kohut, John J. Campaign ’96: A Workbook for the 1996 Political Year. McLean, Va: Capitol Advantage, 1995. Print.

Radatz, Clark. Who Are the Candidates?: The 1996 Wisconsin Presidential Preference Primary. Madison, Wis.: Legislative Reference Bureau, 1995. Print.

DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Most Californians Say Vice Presidential Nominee Important in Choosing Which Ticket to Support, Lungren Causes Less Polarization Than Wilson As a Potential Gop Vp Nominee. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1995. Print.

Alexander, Lamar. We Know What to Do: A Political Maverick Talks with America. New York: W. Morrow and Co, 1995. Print.

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Clinton, Bill. My Plans for a Second Term. New York: Carol Pub. Group, 1995. Print.

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Support for Independent Candidate in ’96 Up Again: Clinton, Gingrich, Dole and Even Colin Powell Less Popular. Washington, D.C: Times Mirror Center for the People & the Press, 1995. Print.

Berkman, Gene. Bush League Statist: Phil Gramm Seeks the Imperial Presidency. , 1995. Print.

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DiCamillo, Mark, and Mervin D. Field. Dole Leads in a Less Crowded Republican Field: Large Number of Party’s Voters Dissatisfied with Candidate Choices. San Francisco: Field Institute, 1995. Print.

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