When Franklin Roosevelt decided his administration needed a large executive staff, he instituted dramatic and lasting changes in the federal bureaucracy and in the very nature of the presidency. Today, no president can govern without an enormous White House staff. Yet analysts have disagreed about whether the key to a president's success lies in his ability to understand and adapt to the constraints of this bureaucracy or in his ability to control and even transform it to suit his needs. In The Institutional Presidency John ...

The Institutional Presidency 1992, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801843150

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The Institutional Presidency 1992, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

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