U.s. Presidential Election : Presidential Elections

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Daniel Stopka Professor R.H. Bruhl Pols 101 15 March 2016 1992 Presidential Election The U.S. presidential elections are the most important events in all of American government. There are many differences and similarities when elections are compared throughout history in the United States. The 19th century was a time when the presidential era was considered nothing more but a job. The presidents was not held to the same standards as he (or she in the future) is in this day and age. Little effort was made in regards to publicly addressing an audience or making the general public happy. The president was merely seen as a civil servant. Congress was considered the most important part of the government’s because it controlled the federal budget and legislation. , the president is considered the voice of our country and is equipped with power that was not seen in the past. Differences and similarities in presidential elections of the late 19th, early 20th century and with the elections of today are present. Campaigning and debating are all comparable areas of presidential elections throughout history. One of the most interesting elections in recent memory was the Presidential election in 1992. This was a time when America had achieved something historic by achieving the greatest victory in modern American history. How did the commander-in-chief defeat the Iraqi Army and then lose an election to a unknown Governor from the poor state of Arkansa? A great campaign,
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