The Politics of the Presidency

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Viewing the presidency as essentially a political office, the authors analyze the institution, the individuals who have served, the president's interaction with the public and other government branches and the chief executive's impact on public policy. The examine the president's various roles and show how effectiveness in office varies with the occupant's character, political style, and performance in a politicized environment. Noted scholar John Matlese joins the book in this edition which is revised and updated to ...

The Politics of the Presidency 2017, CQ Press

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The Politics of the Presidency 2012, CQ Press, Washington, DC

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The Politics of the Presidency 2008, CQ Press, Washington, DC

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The Politics of the Presidency 2005, CQ Press, Washington, DC

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The Politics of the Presidency 2004, CQ Press, Washington, DC

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The Politics of the Presidency 2001, CQ-Roll Call Group Books, Washington, DC

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