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White House Quest: Selling the Son

  • Robert Swansbrough
Part of the The Evolving American Presidency Series book series (EAP)

Abstract

George W. Bush sharpened his political skills through his unique political experiences: high-level work in two Senate campaigns, his l978 try for a House seat, and his father’s 1988 presidential campaign, when he worked closely with political consultant Lee Atwater. The Bush team carefully crafted the image of a strong, successful governor, enacting his “compassionate conservative” agenda through a Democrat-dominated Texas legislature. His impressive l998 reelection in Texas featured sizeable gains among women and minorities, voter groups that often shunned GOP candidates.

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Electoral Vote Presidential Campaign Clinton Administration Federal Election Commission Presidential Race 
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© Robert Swansbrough 2008

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