A* Full Essay 45 Marks - To what extent are midterm elections merely a referendum on the performance of the president
7 Distinct Paragraphs - A* 45 Marker - Midterm elections a referendum on performance of president.
Marked by long-standing examiner.
Flair points and examples for full marks out the box thinking.
Received 190/200 UMS and politics award for A2
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