Catalogue


A Campaign of ideas : the 1980 Anderson/Lucey platform /
compiled by Clifford W. Brown, Jr. and Robert J. Walker.
imprint
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, c1984.
description
lxxii, 486 p. --
ISBN
0313245355 (lib. bdg.)
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imprint
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, c1984.
isbn
0313245355 (lib. bdg.)
general note
Includes index.
catalogue key
73356
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Summaries
Long Description
Clifford W. Brown, Jr. and Robert J. Walker outline and analyze the entire Anderson/Lucey platform. The book includes the original "Program of the Anderson/Lucey National Unity Campaign;" a summary of the platform--"Rebuilding a Society that Works: An Agenda for America;" and the "Budget Impact Statement" which outlines the full financial implications of Anderson's proposals. Brown and Walker, who participated in the writing of the platform, discuss contemporary political platforms and differentiate the Anderson/Lucey platform from those of the major political parties in 1980 in an informative introduction. They also briefly describe the Anderson campaign, focusing on Anderson's rise to national attention, the role of the research department that produced the platform, the process of writing it, and its reception by the national news media.
Long Description
Clifford W. Brown, Jr. and Robert J. Walker outline and analyze the entire Anderson/Lucey platform. The book includes the original Program of the Anderson/Lucey National Unity Campaign; a summary of the platform--Rebuilding a Society that Works: An Agenda for America; and the Budget Impact Statement which outlines the full financial implications of Anderson's proposals. Brown and Walker, who participated in the writing of the platform, discuss contemporary political platforms and differentiate the Anderson/Lucey platform from those of the major political parties in 1980 in an informative introduction. They also briefly describe the Anderson campaign, focusing on Anderson's rise to national attention, the role of the research department that produced the platform, the process of writing it, and its reception by the national news media.

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