5 edition of Financing the 1964 election found in the catalog.
Financing the 1964 election
Herbert E. Alexander
|Statement||[by] Herbert E. Alexander.|
|LC Classifications||JK1991 .A682|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||66006241|
The presidential election was won by one Lyndon B. Johnson, who had taken over in the presidency when Kennedy was assassinated. Barry Goldwater was the other major candidate. OCLC Number: Notes: "Expenditures control act of ": 12 p. (3d group). Description: iv, 14, 12 pages 23 cm. Contents: Applicability of the law --The Kentucky Registry of Election Finance --Campaign treasurers --Campaign depositories (banks) --Political advertising --Regulation of campaign contributions and expenditures --Registration requirements of committees --Anonymous.
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Financing the election. [Herbert E Alexander] "An expanded and revised version of a chapter written for a book entitled The presidential election ofpublished in by the Brookings Institution." The pre-convention campaigns -- Financing the conventions -- The general elections campaigns -- Sources of funds -- Labor and.
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Alexander, Director of the Citizens' Research Foundation, has carefully processed all available data, utilizing the modes of. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Alexander, Herbert E.
Financing the election. Princeton, N.J., Citizens' Research Foundation . Financing the Election (American Political Institutions and Public Policy) 1st Edition by John Clifford Green (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
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The election occurred just less than one year after the assassination of Pres. John F. Kennedy in Dallas. Johnson, Kennedy’s vice president, was quickly sworn in, and in the subsequent days Kennedy’s presumed assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, was American and foreign observers alike, this created a disturbing image of disorder and violence in the United States.
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The Democratic party retained the presidency and added to their majorities in both chambers of Congress. This was the first presidential election after the ratification of the 23rd Amendment, which granted electoral votes to Washington, ent president: Lyndon B.
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Johnson's landslide victory over Barry Goldwater allowed his Democratic Party to gain a net of 36 seats from the Republican Party, giving them a two-thirds majority in the House. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Alexander, Herbert E. Financing the election.
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