I watched this forum and skimmed through the book as I'm dusting off docent training materials for September. One of the takeaways is that The Making of a President by Theodore White is one interpretation of what happened during the Campaign. There's still more archival material to dig through and still unanswered questions. White views the campaign as a narrative with a clear trajectory. Oliphant and Wilkie (authors of the Five-Year Campaign) see it as a series of milestones with highs and lows that maybe weren't as pre-planned as we thought. I'm curious what you all think.