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Volume 32 - Number 4
December 2002

Special Issue: What Do We Want to Know about the Presidency?



Table of Contents



Knowing What Really Happened
Michael Beschloss

Studying the Polarized Presidency
Charles M. Cameron

Who Are These People?
Robert H. Ferrell

A Dose of Law and Realism for Presidential Studies
Louis Fisher

Why Do They Talk That Way? A Research Agenda for the Presidency
Roderick P. Hart

Knowing What We Want to Know about the Presidency
Charles O. Jones

Presidential Power and the Research Agenda
Richard E. Neustadt

Why Do Presidents Fail?
Richard M. Pious

Presidency and American Political Development: A Third Look
Stephen Skowronek



The Contemporary Presidency: The Permanence of the "Permanent Campaign": George W. Bush’s Public Presidency
Corey Cook

The Law: The Impact of Antiterrorism Policies on Separation of Powers: Assessing John Ashcroft’s Role
Nancy V. Baker

The Polls: Policy-Specific Presidential Approval, Part 2
Jeffrey E. Cohen

Source Material: Nixon's Ghost Haunts the Presidential Records Act: The Reagan and George W. Bush Administrations
Bruce P. Montgomery




The Kennedy Tapes
The Presidential Recordings: John F. Kennedy, 3 vols. Edited by Ernest R. May, Timothy Naftali, and Philip D. Zelikow
Mark Atwood Lawrence



Richard Bradley, American Political Mythology from Kennedy to Nixon
Andrew E. Busch

Leroy G. Dorsey, ed., The Presidency and Rhetorical Leadership
Terri Bimes

Linda O. Valenty and Ofer Feldman, eds., Political Leadership for the New Century: Personality and Behavior among American Leaders
Constantine J. Spiliotes

Robert M. Saunders, Power, the Presidency, and the Preamble: Interpretive Essays on Selected Presidents of the United States
Robert J. Spitzer

Francis A. Beer et al., Meanings of War and Peace
Kenneth S. Zagacki

Steven Casey, Cautious Crusade: Franklin D. Roosevelt, American Public Opinion, and the War against Nazi Germany
Andrew W. Barrett

Mitchell B. Lerner, The Pueblo Incident: A Spy Ship and the Failure of American Foreign Policy
Douglas A. Borer

Richard Sobel, The Impact of Public Opinion on U.S. Foreign Policy Since Vietnam: Constraining the Colossus
Lydia Andrade

Constantine J. Spiliotes, Vicious Cycle: Presidential Decision Making in the American Political Economy
Andrew Rudalevige

Daniel A. Coleman, The Anarchist: A Novel
James P. Melcher


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