Thursday, February 07, 2008


You have probably watched on television all the presidential candidates campaigning for the 2008 election. They are all full of promises and in great hope to change the way this country is operating. All of them are going across the country participating in numerous rallies, making speeches and asking citizens to vote for them.
However, if you look back in history, presidential elections have changed drastically. In America’s early days candidates did not go out among the public to solicit votes. Their supporters did the work for them.
This book is a non-fiction book that is written so well that it can be read as a historical fiction and you will really be drawn to read it do to the fact that election is coming up and it will be really cool to know all the stuff that is behind an election. PRESIDENTIAL RACES: THE BATTLE FOR POWER IN THE UNITED STATES by ARLENE MORRIS-LIPSMAN is campaigning for you attention.

For grades four and up.

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