1988 United States presidential election in all BBC programmes
As the primaries begin, the Democrats are still ambivalent about their contenders.
American public is suffering from an overdose of deceit and financial fiddles.
Do the baseball metaphors of the 1988 presidential candidates endear them to the public?
Dukakis faces too many hurdles to overcome the Reagan feel-good factor.
Jesse Jackson tops up support as Democrat selection goes on.
Michael Dukakis is nominated as presidential candidate at the 1988 Democratic convention.
When presidential candidates only talked policy, and when Adlai Stephenson broke the rule.
A profile of the Democratic and Republic contenders for the White House in 1988.
President Reagan gives his farewell address at the Republican convention in Kansas.
George Bush's victory in the 1988 election, and the complexity of a modern ballot paper.