American Government - Institution and Politics - Wilson - Chapter 10 Notes

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American Government - Institution and Politics - Wilson - Chapter 10 Notes

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Aayush MishraAP U.S. Government and PoliticsMr. Smith19 February 2015Chapter 10 Study Guide1) A party-oriented campaign of the 19th century would focus on the issues and goals of a certain group of people. For example, in the 19th century, the Whig Party had a party-oriented campaign that focused heavily on endorsing the national bank an element that the majority of Whigs wanted. In todays time, a candidate-oriented campaign is used. In these campaigns, lots of funds are spent on polishing the views of the candidates as well as completely realigning views of opposing parties. No

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