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The Post-imperial Presidency / edited by Vincent Davis.


New Brunswick, N.J. : Transaction Books, [1980] .
ISBN 0878557474, 9780878557479, 9780030557415, 0030557410

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Other Title Society magazine. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/nr2007001071
Other Authors Davis, Vincent.
Subjects Presidents -- United States.
Presidents.
United States.
Description xi, 190 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1980]
©1980
Notes A selection of articles taken from Society magazine.
Contents Jewell, M.E. The selection process and the Presidency.--Rose, R. Citizen participation in the Presidential process.--Reedy, G.E. The Presidency, and question about national unity.--Levin, M.A.A call for a politics of institutions, not men.--Dodd, L.C. Congress, the President, and the cycles of power.--Korb, L.J. The evolving relationship between the White House and the Department of Defense in the post-imperial Presidency.--Allison, G. The advantages of a Presidential Executive Cabinet (EXCAB).--Krieger, R.A. The rise and fall of Presidential economic stabilization policy.--Cronin, T.E. An imperiled Presidency?--Wildavsky, A. Was Nixon tough?--Davis, V. Carter tries on the world for size.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5678468
(OCoLC)ocm05678468
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