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Thu Oct 16 17:57:02 2014 UTClccn-n951196040.00Barbour, Haley0.241.00Contract with the American people36171240Haley_Barbourn 951196043974564lccn-n85812205Gingrich, Newtlccn-n2010011399Brook, Yaronlccn-no2007019577Keene, David A.lccn-n96019124Mitchell, Daniel J.lccn-n93082884Rumsfeld, Donald1932-lccn-n94004619Feith, Douglas J.lccn-n80131521Woolsey, R. James1941-np-rosa, johnRosa, Johnlccn-no2011039480Paul, Randlccn-n93059802Regnery, Alfred S.1942-Barbour, Haley1947-HistoryPolitical platformsInterviewsUnited StatesPolitical scienceConservatismRepublican Party (U.S. : 1854- )Social policyEconomic policyMississippiBarbour, Haley,Political campaignsRepublican National Committee (U.S.)HistoryTelevision advertisingAdvertising, PoliticalGovernorsHurricane Katrina (2005)Television in politicsPolitical partiesGingrich, NewtWinter, William FApportionment (Election law)Jackson, Jesse,EmployeesRoadsBarnett, Ross R.--(Ross Robert),Presidents--InaugurationClark, Dick,Daschle, ThomasFord, Harold,Natural disastersPresidents--ElectionInaugurationMississippi State UniversityShipp, BillFerraro, GeraldineGayler, Noel,Deaver, Michael KGeorgia's HOPE Scholarship ProgramEmergency management--Government policyCarville, JamesMississippi.--LegislatureCity planningDisaster reliefBolton, John RMatalin, MaryRepublican National ConventionBradley, Bill,Quayle, Dan,Buchanan, Patrick J.--(Patrick Joseph),Hamilton, LeeYoung, Andrew,19471990199419962001200520062009201120148711819320.520973JC573.2.U65501ocn850181027book20140.19Factor, MalloryBig tent : the story of the Conservative Revolution : as told by the thinkers and doers who made it happenHistoryThis collection of essays, written by the leaders of the conservative movement themselves, explains how the movement developed as a powerful force in American politics; how it functions now with a wide range of viewpoints; and where it is going in the future2912ocn033947134book19960.28Barbour, HaleyAgenda for America : a Republican direction for the future+-+2672170435151ocn035586618book19960.70Republican National Committee (U.S.)Restoring the American dream : the Republican platform 1996Political platforms21ocn032914971visu19940.47Republican ad campaign news conferenceHaley Barbour, Republican National Committee Chairman (1993- ), announces the release of a new round of Republican television commercials for the 1994 midterm elections and answers audience questions11ocn079473074visu20050.47Hurricane Katrina preparednessThe Select Bipartisan Committee to Investigate the Preparation for and Response to Hurricane Katrina held a hearing, titled "Hurricane Katrina: Preparedness and Response by the State of Mississippi." Elected officials and experts testified about state and local preparation, response, and coordination with the federal government. The first panel discussed deficiencies in the federal support for the state of Mississippi, including shortages in the food supply, and successes, which included delivery of medical supplies. Then, the second panel discussed local response and federal coordination with city and county officials. Mayor Warr showed a video of the devastation in his city11ocn795526674visu20061.00Beyond KatrinaInterviews"'Beyond Katrina,' a series of programs by Mississippi Public Broadcasting, looks at how ... Mississippians are putting the pieces back together again. In this episode: a look at the Governor's Recovery Expo from the Mississippi Coast Coliseum; Governor Haley Barbour reflects on the year since Katrina; Development Authority Director Leland Speed describes state's biggest challenge; State Auditor Phil Bryant gives important information on avoiding fraud; mayors provide progress reports on By St. Louis, Biloxi, Gulfport, Ocean Springs, and Pass Christian..."--Container11ocn044734491rcrd19941.00Contract with the American peopleProminent members of GOPAC speak on developing campaign strategies for the 1994 elections11ocn615674519visu20090.47The debate starts here the presidential debate comes to Ole MissThis film documents the 2008 Presidential Debate at the University of Mississippi between Senators Barack Obama and John McCain and celebrates the enormous efforts of thousands of individuals to make this historic debate a success from the University's decision to apply for the debate through the infrastructure and construction concerns, ticketing lottery, and the threat of last-minute cancellation. With interviews from University officials, Oxford residents, national journalists, and politicians, the film covers the exciting events leading up to the debate and explores the tremendous effort involved behind the scenes to bring a Presidential debate to life. Includes footage from the national media and the "Rock the Debate" festival on campus11ocn031699480visu19941.00The State of American political partiesDiscussion about American political party plans and organizational reform. Whats wrong with political parties? Politics is all about winning and losing. What about Ross Perot? The Republicans should establish contact with Perot11ocn402662266visu20060.47The inauguration of MSU's 18th president, Robert H. Foglesong Mississippi State University presidential inauguration, October 6, 2006, Humphrey ColiseumThe DVD includes the inauguration ceremony, investiture, and address of Robert H. Foglesong11ocn049230665visu20010.47Barbour, HaleyHaley Barbour, 3-23-01Local speaker series presented in Mitchell Memorial Library. Special guest: Haley Barbour11ocn721323723mix0.47Nash & Taggart collectionThe collection consists of 84 recordings of interviews that authors Jere Nash and Andy Taggart conducted with 60 individuals in the process of conducting research for their book Mississippi Politics: The Struggle for Power, 1976-2006 (University Press of Mississippi, 2006) and a subsequent 2008 edition. It also includes transcripts prepared for the authors for 38 of the recordings (warning note: researchers should only use the transcripts as a guide since spelling errors and other inaccuracies are frequent). Interviewees include governors, members of the U.S. Congress, state legislators, state officials, state party leaders, political candidates, staff members, lawyers, and lobbyists. The subject of discussions range from state political parties, national and state elections, individual politicians, educational reform, the state highway program, gambling, tort reform, and reapportionment11ocn875933309mix0.47Wm. Clyde Stewart CollectionThe collection primarily consists of gubernatorial memorabilia associated with Mississippi governors from Ross Barnett to Haley Barbour retained by Clyde Stewart, including photographs, certificates, medals, and other items. It also contains a small file of newspaper with election returns as well documents related to Bill Waller's 1972 campaign for governor. Finally, William C. Stewart has also contributed a few pieces related to the more recent campaigns of Haley Barbour and Bob Dole. Oversized items are located in Box 211ocn883667381visu20111.00Baxter, TomTom BaxterInterviewsTom Baxter discusses growing up in Montgomery, Alabama, and attending Washington University in St. Louis before settling in Atlanta to work with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He recalls working with Milo Daykin, Bill Kavich, and Bill Shipp. Baxter recalls his experience with the 1988 Super Tuesday primary coverage and his job as the chief political correspondent for the AJC outside of Georgia. He discusses his friendship with Haley Barbour and Lee Atwater. He reflects on his work covering major elections in the South for about three decades. Baxter comments on his perceptions of Tom Murphy and Newt Gingrich. Baxter reflects on his experience with obtaining sources and engaging in political journalism. He compares Georgia politics with Alabama politics and mentions George Wallace and Albert Brewer. Baxter comments on the present state of political journalism including the influence of spin doctors, Facebook, and social networking. He discusses whether the media is doing a good job at reacting to political corruption and explains the lack of coverage in local legislation. Baxter recalls Newt Gingrich's actions during President Clinton's impeachment trial and discusses the responsibility of journalists to differentiate between politicians' public and private lives. Baxter discusses his professional interactions with Harold Ford, Jr., and Zell Miller. He comments on Miller's 1990 political campaign and also discusses Guy Millner, the Georgia Lottery, and the HOPE scholarship. Baxter comments on Georgia's fiscal situation in 2011, taxes, and the budget. Baxter comments on party politics in Georgia and the results of the 2010 elections11ocn795278923file0.47Tom McCall ForumTom McCall Forum CollectionThe Tom McCall Forum Collection includes video recordings, promotional material and photographs documenting the series of debates on political topics that were sponsored by Pacific University between 1982-2007. The promotional material, comprising items such as posters and printed programs, often feature illustrated caricatures of the participants and notes about the debate facilitators. The photographs are mostly candid snapshots taken during the debates and related receptions, as well as portraits used for creating promotional material. The video recordings, which make up the bulk of the collection, cover about 80% of the debates, and are a mix of original broadcast tapes (most often in U-matic tape format) and informals tapings from broadcast programs (most in VHS tape format). A selection of the video recordings have been reformatted as DVDs, which serve as access copies. Finally, there is a file of research notes regarding the Forum, which includes a bibliography of known newspaper articles about the debates that were published while it was active11ocn025237385mix19900.47Barbour, HaleyAn oral history with Mr. Haley BarbourInterviews11ocn040560459art1996Barbour, HaleyBiography01ocn439731996comHaley Barbour Mississippi's GovernorThis Web site is the official online resource to the governor of the state of Mississippi. Come and learn about central issues of Mississippi and how the governor is addressing them. Visitors can read a brief bio about the current governor, access up-to-date news, browse through past speeches, explore priorities and intiatives, and so much more!+-+2672170435+-+2672170435Thu Oct 16 16:06:42 EDT 2014batch15566