EXERCISE: use none, one, or more of the people named in the box above, to identify--including (D) or (R) (boldface terms are basic terms to learn to begin your study)

1.†† Each person listed above who was elected President

2.†† Each man listed above who was elected President

3.†† Each woman listed above who was elected President

4.†† Each person listed above from a major party who was elected President(see p. 806, box)

5.†† Each person listed above from a minor party or no party (independent) elected Pres (see p. 806, box)

6.†† Each Democrat listed above who was elected President

7.†† Each Republican listed above who was elected President

8.†† Each Democratic incumbent President listed above who was reelected

9.†† Each Republican incumbent President listed above who was reelected

10.†† Each Democratic incumbent President listed above who was defeated for reelection

11.†† Each Republican incumbent President listed above who was defeated for reelection

12.†† Each major party person listed above nominated for President in the 1990ís

13.†† Each Democrat listed above defeated for the Presidential nomination in the l990ís, pp. 3, 4

14.†† Each Republican listed above defeated for the Presidential nomination in the 1990ís, pp. 2F, 4-5

13.†† Each person listed above who served as vice president in the l980ís and was later elected President

14.†† Each minor party or independent person listed above who ran for President in the 1990ís, pp. 4-5, 6

15.†† Each major party person listed above who was nominated for vice president in the 1990ís

16.†† The President who was popular because he commanded U.S. troops in the Persian Gulf, p. 4

17.†† The President who resigned because ofWatergate,p. 7

18.†† The President who was not reelected due to the Iran hostage crisis, p. 7

19.†† The Democratic woman listed above who was defeated by the incumbent California governor

20.†† The African American Democrat who held the partisan office of Speaker ofthe Assembly who now

††††††† holds the non-partisan office of Mayor of San Francisco

 

TERMS:general election (Nov.), primary election (Feb-June);partisan, non-partisan; loyal party voter/straight-ticket voter, split-ticket voter/crossover voter/party switcher; voting bloc/demographic group (see pp. 274, 805), turnout,SES/socio-economic-status, white collar/blue collar, WASP/ white Anglo-Saxon Protestant, gender gap; coalition;cross-pressure; decline of partisanship/rise of independents,

pp. 276, 288-290, 300;italics, underline/underscore, boldface, glossary, indent, column, row,plurality,

majority party, minority party

 

 

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