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Volume 32 - Number 3
September 2002

Table of Contents



Assessing Changing Views of the President: Revisiting Greenstein’s Children and Politics
Amy Carter and Ryan L. Teten

From the Fabulous Baker Boys to the Master of Disaster: The White House Chief of Staff in the Reagan and G.H.W. Bush Administrations
David B. Cohen

Harnessing Conflict in Foreign Policymaking: From Devil’s to Multiple Advocacy
Alexander L. George and Eric Stern

Executive-Judicial Interaction As a Factor in Explaining Presidential Policymaking
Barbara L. Graham

Reflections of Yesterday: George H.W. Bush’s Instrumental Use of Public Opinion Research in Presidential Discourse
Wynton C. Hall

The President, the Press, and the War-Making Power: An Analysis of Media Coverage Prior to the Persian Gulf War
David Lewis and Roger P. Rose


Projecting Presidential Personas on the Radio: An Addendum on the Bushes
Lee Sigelman and Cynthia Whissell


The Contemporary Presidency:
The Bush White House: First Appraisals*
Kathryn Dunn Tenpas and Stephen Hess

The Law: When Presidential Power Backfires: Clinton's Use of Clemency
Louis Fisher

The Polls: Policy Specific Presidential Approval, Part I
Jeffrey E. Cohen

Source Material: Presidential Data Locator
Terry Sullivan

Too Close to Call: The 36-Day Battle to Decide the 2000 Election, by Jeffrey Toobin Richard S. Conley

Innocent Until Nominated: The Breakdown of the Presidential Appointments Process, edited by G. Calvin Mackenzie
Marissa Martino Golden

The Rhetorical Presidency, Propaganda, and the Cold War, 1945-55, by Shawn J. Parry-Giles
Benjamin O. Fordham

From Munich to Pearl Harbor, by David Reynolds
Deborah Kisatsky

Presidential Decisions for War: Korea , Vietnam , and the Persian Gulf, by Gary R. Hess
Edward Drachman

Bad News: Where the Press Goes Wrong in the Making of the President, by Robert Shogan
Graham P. Ramsden

Selling the President, 1920, by John A. Morello
Vanessa Beasley

Ronald Reagan and the Politics of Freedom, by Andrew E. Busch
Barbara Bennett Peterson

East Wing: Politics, the Press, and a First Lady, by Nancy Finch Hoyt
Betty Houchin Winfield



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