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Updated for the 2004 Presidential Election season, this collection of essays provides a fascinating tour of the history, development, and current day issues facing the American Presidency. Constitutional Origins of the Presidency; Historical Perspectives on the Presidency; Selecting Presidents: Campaigns, Elections, and Mandates; The Public Presidency: Press, Media, and Public Approval; The Institutional Presidency; The Separation of Powers; Domestic Policy Leadership; Commander-in-Chief and National Security; Evaluating Presidents: Greatness and Abuse of Power. Anyone interested in the American presidency
Table of Contents
|Constitutional Origins of the Presidency|
|The Creation of the Presidency|
|James Madison to Thomas Jefferson|
|Federalist No. 69|
|Federalist No. 70|
|To the Citizens of the State of New York|
|Historical Perspectives on the Presidency|
|The Strict Constructionist Presidency|
|The Stewardship Presidency|
|The Public Presidency|
|The Prerogative Presidency|
|Toward a Modern Presidency|
|Presidency in the Political Order|
|Selecting Presidents: Campaigns, Elections, and Mandates|
|Revaluating the Electoral College|
|Nomination Politics, Party Unity, and Presidential Elections|
|Campaigning for Cash Amid Chaos?|
|Campaign Finance Reform, and Presidential Fundraising in 2004|
|The 2000 Presidential Election|
|The Myth of Presidential Mandate|
|The Permanent Campaign|
|The Public Presidency: Press, Media, and Public Approval|
|The Press and the Presidency|
|Spin Control in the White House|
|The Presidential Pulpit: Bully or Baloney?|
|Public Opinion Polls: The New Referendum|
|Presidential Impeachment Politics|
|The Institutional Presidency|
|The White House Staff, The President's Committee on Administrative Management (Brownlow Committee)|
|The President's Cabinet|
|Locked in the Cabinet|
|The Changing Presidential Office|
|Can the President Manage the Government?|
|Bureaucracy in the American Constitutional Order|
|Presidential Appointments and the Office of Presidential Personnel|
|The Separation of Powers|
|Presidential Relations with Congress|
|"The Disappearing Political Center,"|
|The Presidency in a Separated System|
|Is the Separation of Powers Obsolete?|
|Judicial Control of the Presidency: Stability and Change|
|Domestic Policy Leadership|
|The Hundred Days|
|The Power to Persuade|
|The Presidency and Domestic Policy: The Civil Rights Act of 1964|
|Presidential Management of the Economy|
|Commander-in-Chief and National Security|
|Invitation to Struggle: The President, Congress, and National Security|
|The Demise of the War Clause|
|(Iran-Contra) What Was Wrong, Report of the President's Special Review Board|
|Making Foreign Policy: President and Congress|
|Evaluating Presidents: Greatness and Abuse of Power|
|Watergate: Implications for Responsible Government|
|"Three Crises of Character in the Modern Presidency,"|
|Being Liked and Being President|
|"If Men Were Angels...: Presidential Leadership and Accountability,"|
|"The Transformation of the Bush Presidency,"|
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