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449 Stupid Things Republicans Have Said
Republicans say the stupidest things. According to George W. Bush, "If you're laid off, you're 100 percent unemployed, and I worry about that." Dick Cheney, Arnold, Trent Lott, Ronald Reagan, Pat Robertson, Newt Gingrich, Strom Thurmond, Jesse Helms, and Tom DeLay all make cameo appearances.

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449 Stupid Things Democrats Have Said
Al Sharpton, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Howard Dean, Jesse Jackson, James Traficant, Ernest Hollings, Edwin Edwards, Lyndon Johnson, and Ted Kennedy: they all say some pretty stupid things. And how about Al Gore on men and women: "I always had a very vivid and clear sense that men and women were entirely and completely equal--if not more so."

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THE 267 STUPIDEST THINGS REPUBLICANS EVER SAID/
THE 267 STUPIDEST THINGS DEMOCRATS EVER SAID

Great reading for anyone interested in politics. It's a "flip" book: Republicans on one side, Democrats on the other (with two separate covers). There's Dan Quayle on parenting ("Republicans understand the importance of bondage between mother and child"). There's Jerry Brown on drug policy ("At least when I was governor, cocaine was expensive"). Ronald Reagan, George Bush, George W. Bush, Bill and Hillary Clinton--the gang's all here.

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THE NEWT GINGRICH QUIZ BOOK
One hundred and seventy-five multiple-choice questions on one of the most controversial politicians of our age. The book is divided into seven chapters, with introductory essays.

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THE RUSH LIMBAUGH QUIZ BOOK
One hundred and seventy-five multiple-choice questions on our nation's most popular radio talk show host. The book has seven chapters, with introductory narrative.

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THE POLITICS OF RACE: AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THE POLITICAL SYSTEM
This is a collection of readings on black politics. It covers the racial aspects of the major topics in American government: the presidency, Congress, the courts, voting behavior, public opinion, political parties, and public policy. Contributors include Louis Farrakhan, Bill Bradley, Bill Clinton, William Julius Wilson, and the Kerner Commission.

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THE MINNESOTA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND THE PROFESSIONALIZATION OF POLITICS
This is an academic analysis of the Minnesota House of Representatives. The study is based on participant observation, interviews, case studies, roll-call analysis, and historical documents. My argument is that the Minnesota House of Representatives is becoming more like the United States House of Representatives, in terms of length of incumbency, size and importance of staff, and routinization of procedures. State politics is becoming more like national politics.

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THE UNITED STATES IN THE WORLD POLITICAL ECONOMY
This is a collection of articles dealing with the American role in the world economy. It emphasizes the national debt, Third World debt, international monetary policy, trade policy, and attempts to revitalize American economic performance. There are sections on America's economic relationship with Russia, Japan, China, and Western Europe.

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TEACHING ASSISTANT STRATEGIES: AN INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE TEACHING
Written with a veteran supervisor of TAs, this book provides guidance to the beginning college instructor. It covers such topics as lecturing, directing discussion sections, grading, developing a syllabus, conducting labs, and getting along with students, faculty, and staff. The book has been adopted in dozens of university TA training programs.

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CARTER VS. FORD: THE COUNTERFEIT DEBATES OF 1976
Written with a prominent professor of rhetoric, this book is a rhetorical analysis of the 1976 presidential debates between Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford, focusing on argumentative strategies, logical fallacies, and misuse of evidence. We also make suggestions for improving the format of presidential debates. The book contains the transcripts of the three Ford-Carter debates, as well as the vice- presidential debates between Walter Mondale and Bob Dole. A reviewer for the Quarterly Journal of Speech called the book "a notable rhetorical study."

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