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POLS 1010: American National Government - Dr. Linda Trautman   Tags: comparative politics, government, presidential elections  

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How to use Timelines

Timelines: Key Factors Leading to an Election's Outcome

Timelines provide a brief overview of historical events. 

  1.  Use the timeline to get a sense of what was happening
       before and at the time of a presidential election.

  2.  Some of these time lines link to more detailed
       descriptions of events and political climate.

   3.  Then use research articles to focus on important
       aspects surrounding the election.
             -  America: History & Life 
             -  Political Science Complete
             -  International Political Science Abstracts
             -  Academic Search Complete


    American History Timelines

    Selected Timelines

    Selected timelines provide you with a quick look at events that shabed the political climate during the four years (or more) before a presidential election.

    Opinion Polls

    Selected Polls

    Use the Public Opinion polls to research different aspects of the election.


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