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History in Context: The 2008 US Presidential Election

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Professor Rudalevige will discuss the structure of American elections and voting behavior, and how these may affect the looming US presidential election:
  • What issues will drive voter decisions on 4 November?
  • What institutions will shape their choices?
  • Will Europe be happy with the result?

This talk is part of the King's Occasional Lectures series.

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