|Books About New Hampshire|
The efforts of volunteers who work tirelessly in election campaigns are often forgotten after the election is over. Dayton Duncan tries to remedy this by interviewing those people in Cheshire County, N.H., who worked in the 1988 presidential election. He describes the various "grass roots" tasks they performed, such as operating phone banks, mailing campaign literature & canvassing door-to-door & the motivations that led them to become involved in campaign politics.
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