White House Studies Compendium, Volume 1

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Robert W. Watson
Nova Publishers, 30/10/2006 - 528 páginas
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The American presidency has become one of the most powerful offices in the world with the ascendancy of American power in the 20th century. This book brings together piercing analyses of the American presidency -- dealing with both current issues and historical events. The compendia are the bound issues of 'White House Studies' with the addition of a comprehensive subject index as well as rearranged.
 

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Índice

The Disconnect Between Going Public and the Rational Public in Presidential Policymaking
1
The First Lady News at a New Century
19
George Bush and the Reagan Foreign Policy Legacy
31
Applying Barbers Character Study to the Presidential Spouses
49
Lessons Learned on Getting Started and Exercising Presidential Leadership
63
President George W Bush Cabinet Nominees
71
Abigail Powers Fillmore and the White House Library
77
Betty Bloomer Blossoms
93
Jacqueline Kennedys White House Renovations
319
The White House Project
327
The Home of Andrew Jackson
337
George Washingtons Character and Slavery
347
Speechwriting under Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter
357
Clintons Greatest Legislative Achievement? The Success of the 1993 Budget Reconciliation Bill
373
Ronald Reagan Birthplace
454
Book Reviews on the Presidency
460

Vermonts Brigadoon President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site
101
The Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation
109
The Rhetoric of Presidential Veto Messages
115
A Thorny Business
135
Bleeding Kansas and the Destruction of the Franklin Pierce Presidency 18541856
151
Carter Congress and the Politics of Airline Deregulation
163
Choices Being Made
189
A Historical Chronology
201
Readings on the White House the Presidential Wives and Washington DC
205
The Love Story of Harry and Bess Truman
211
The Bowdens and Popes Creek Plantation
221
The President Benjamin Harrison Home
231
Is America Ready?
239
Is America Ready for a Woman President? Is the Pope Protestant? Does a Bear Live in a City?
243
Does the Oval Office Have a Glass Ceiling? Gender Stereotypes and Perceptions of Candidate Viability
257
Media Coverage of Nontraditional Candidates
267
Can a Woman be Elected President? Strategic Considerations under Reformed Nomination and Financing Rules
279
Assessing the Pool of Women Candidates for President
295
The Path to the Presidency
309
The First Woman Concept
315
Comparing Leadership Styles FDR to Clinton
461
Reassessing the Office of First Lady
464
How We Choose Our Presidential Nominees
467
Congress and the President in a Partisan Era
469
An Inside View of 200 Years of Private Life in the White House
471
The Politics of Presidential Elections
473
Origins and Development 17761998
475
Why Elections are Good for Us
477
Presidential Politics and Cold War Strategy
479
In Which the Ladies of Washington Help Build a City and a Government
480
The Revolutionary Generation
482
Leadership Style and the Advisory Process in Foreign Affairs
484
Understanding the Presidency
486
Bill Clintons Legacy in US Politics
487
The Investigation Impeachment and Trial of President Clinton
490
Then and Now
492
Debating the Presidential Nominating Process
495
A Handbook
496
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