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Campaign for President: The Managers Look at 2016 The Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School(Author)

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Original name book: Campaign for President: The Managers Look at 2016

Pages: 298

Language: English

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (June 29, 2017)

By: The Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School(Author)

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In this book, a distinguished group of presidential campaign staff, journalists, and political observers take us inside the 2016 race for the Republican and Democratic nominations and general election, guiding us through each candidate's campaign from the time each candidate announced his or her intention to seek the presidency through the primaries, conventions, and up to election day. Meeting under the auspices of the Harvard University’s Institute of Politics, the candid discussion allows us to learn about the motivations of each candidate, strategies they deployed, and lessons they learned. In addition, representatives from the major SUPERPACS share their strategies and evaluate their impact in an election characterized by unprecedented campaign spending. Campaign for President: The Managers Look at 2016 is essential reading for anyone interested in the inner workings of national political campaigns.

"The raw emotions of the 2016 presidential race jump off the pages in Campaign for President. If you are consumed by politics and want to know how controversial decisions—big and small-- were made, this is a must read."-Lois Romano, national political correspondent Washington Post, Politico, Newsweek; Fellow, Institute of Politics (Lois Romano, Senior Political Reporter, POLITICO; Fellow, Institute of Politics, Spring 2008) The Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School has sponsored a post-election conference of campaign managers and media every four years since 1972. The series has become a principal resource for scholars, students, and practitioners.

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  • By Jason Hornbuckle on February 18, 2018

    I have enjoyed every installment of this series going back to 1984. This one is probably the worst, in terms of its value to future historians, while at the same time being very interesting because it deals with events that are so recent.Probably the best section is the one dealing with various GOP candidates, how they decided to get in, and how they decided to get out, along with their opinions of what went wrong and why Trump was so unstoppable. Cruz's people's comments on the convention and Cruz's speech there were noteworthy, as were Christie's people's comments on his run at Rubio at the debate that ended up derailing both of them. I wish more had been said about when each individual candidate decided to get behind Trump as the inevitable nominee, but only Cruz's people were really asked about that.The worst sections are those where the moderators bring in an "expert" and allow them to say things like "well of course Trump never wanted to win" without challenge or follow-up at all. Second worse sections are those where they allow Hillary's people to posit the most insane conspiracy theories as to why she lost, again without any follow up or cross examination at all.For my own sense of history, I wish someone would have asked the Hillary people if they regretted not having her make more appearances. No one did, that I remember. I also would have liked for them to ask more about the events that happened at the 9-11 memorial. Nothing there either though. Nor on whether or not mocking "the coal people" was a good idea. By comparison, Trump's people are asked multiple times to go over and over his comments about McCain, Khan, Access Hollywood, etc. It is really obvious and actually kind of embarrassing that its so one-sided.Anyway, there's really not enough here to make up a whole book that is worth reading. Maybe 50 pages of good material, if that, so I would suggest buying it used if you buy it at all.

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