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The Resource The Presidency, edited by Aaron Wildavsky

The Presidency, edited by Aaron Wildavsky

Label
The Presidency
Title
The Presidency
Statement of responsibility
edited by Aaron Wildavsky
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Wildavsky, Aaron B
Dewey number
353/.03
Index
no index present
LC call number
JK516
LC item number
.W5
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Presidents
Label
The Presidency, edited by Aaron Wildavsky
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Myth of the President
  • Alfred de Grazia
  • The Impact of Personality on Politics: An Attempt to Clear Away Underbrush
  • Fred I. Greenstein
  • Classifying and Predicting Presidential Styles: Two "Weak" Presidents
  • James D. Barber
  • A. Lincoln, Politician
  • David Donald
  • The Dynamics of Decision
  • Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
  • Role and Role Conflict
  • Power
  • Robert A. Dahl
  • Bargaining and Overload: An Essay on Presidential Power
  • Peter W. Sperlich
  • The Presidency at Mid-Century
  • Richard E. Neustadt
  • The Two Presidencies
  • Aaron Wildavsky
  • Mass and Attentive Opinion on Nuclear Weapons Tests and Fallout, 1954-1963
  • Eugene J. Rosi
  • Andrew S. McFarland
  • Presidential Action in Congressional Nominations
  • William H. Riker and William Bast
  • Patronage and Presidential Legislative Leadership
  • Stanley Kelley, Jr.
  • More on Children's Images of the President
  • Fred I. Greenstein
  • Popular Images of the President
  • Fred I. Greenstein
  • Image of the American Presidency, Part II of an Exploration into Popular Views of Presidential Power
  • Roberta S. Sigel
  • Expectations of Presidential Leadership in Decision Making
  • Presidential News: The Expanding Public Image
  • Elmer E. Cornwell, Jr.
  • The Washington Correspondents
  • Leo C. Rosten
  • The Presidential Press Conference
  • Fauneil J. Rinn
  • Which Road to the Presidency?
  • Daniel J. Elazar
  • Some Dynamic Elements of Contests for the Presidency
  • Donald E. Stokes
  • Lester G. Seligman and Michael A. Baer
  • Winning the Election and Governing the Nation
  • Aaron Wildavsky
  • Election 1968-The Abortive Landslide
  • Walter Dean Burnham
  • Titular Leadership of the Presidential Parties
  • Ralph M. Goldman
  • The Presidency and the Hill
  • James Sterling Young
  • The Presidency
  • Henry Jones Ford
  • What We Expect the President to Do
  • The President, Congress, and Legislation
  • Lawrence H. Chamberlain
  • Functional Interdependence: The Elective Leaders, the White House, and the Congressional Party
  • David B. Truman
  • Larry O'Brien Discusses White House Contacts with Capitol Hill
  • Presidential Executives on Congressional Executives?
  • David B. Truman
  • The President's Cabinet
  • Richard F. Fenno, Jr.
  • Testimony of Richard Neustadt Before the Senate Subcommittee on National Security Staffing and Operations
  • Louis Brownlow
  • The Presidency, Executive Staffing, and the Federal Bureaucracy
  • Laurin L. Henry
  • Presidency and Legislation Planning the President's Program
  • Richard E. Neustadt
  • Presidency and Legislation: The Growth of Central Clearance
  • Richard E. Neustadt
  • Presidential Leadership: The Inner Circle and Institutionalization
  • Lester G. Seligman
  • The Politics of Economic Advice
  • Edward S. Flash, Jr.
  • The Presidency-Focus of Leadership
  • The Development of Political-Military Consultation in the United States
  • Ernest R. May
  • The National Security Council Under Truman, Eisenhower, and Kennedy
  • Stanley L. Falk
  • Salvation by Staff: Reform of the Presidential Office
  • Aaron Wildavsky
  • Executive Power and Domestic Energy: The Quest for Prerogative
  • John P. Roche
  • The Power of the President to Impound Appropriated Funds: With Special Reference to Grants-in-aid to Segregated Activities
  • Robert G. Goostree
  • Clifton Rossiter
  • A 20th Century Emancipation Proclamation: Presidential Power Permits Withholding of Federal Funds From Segregated Institutions
  • Harry Kranz
  • The Presidency in the Courts
  • Glendon A. Schubert, Jr.
  • Presidential Succession and Disability: Policy Analysis for Unique Cases
  • Aaron Wildavsky
Control code
26049
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 795 pages
Lccn
71075397
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)545742
Label
The Presidency, edited by Aaron Wildavsky
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Myth of the President
  • Alfred de Grazia
  • The Impact of Personality on Politics: An Attempt to Clear Away Underbrush
  • Fred I. Greenstein
  • Classifying and Predicting Presidential Styles: Two "Weak" Presidents
  • James D. Barber
  • A. Lincoln, Politician
  • David Donald
  • The Dynamics of Decision
  • Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
  • Role and Role Conflict
  • Power
  • Robert A. Dahl
  • Bargaining and Overload: An Essay on Presidential Power
  • Peter W. Sperlich
  • The Presidency at Mid-Century
  • Richard E. Neustadt
  • The Two Presidencies
  • Aaron Wildavsky
  • Mass and Attentive Opinion on Nuclear Weapons Tests and Fallout, 1954-1963
  • Eugene J. Rosi
  • Andrew S. McFarland
  • Presidential Action in Congressional Nominations
  • William H. Riker and William Bast
  • Patronage and Presidential Legislative Leadership
  • Stanley Kelley, Jr.
  • More on Children's Images of the President
  • Fred I. Greenstein
  • Popular Images of the President
  • Fred I. Greenstein
  • Image of the American Presidency, Part II of an Exploration into Popular Views of Presidential Power
  • Roberta S. Sigel
  • Expectations of Presidential Leadership in Decision Making
  • Presidential News: The Expanding Public Image
  • Elmer E. Cornwell, Jr.
  • The Washington Correspondents
  • Leo C. Rosten
  • The Presidential Press Conference
  • Fauneil J. Rinn
  • Which Road to the Presidency?
  • Daniel J. Elazar
  • Some Dynamic Elements of Contests for the Presidency
  • Donald E. Stokes
  • Lester G. Seligman and Michael A. Baer
  • Winning the Election and Governing the Nation
  • Aaron Wildavsky
  • Election 1968-The Abortive Landslide
  • Walter Dean Burnham
  • Titular Leadership of the Presidential Parties
  • Ralph M. Goldman
  • The Presidency and the Hill
  • James Sterling Young
  • The Presidency
  • Henry Jones Ford
  • What We Expect the President to Do
  • The President, Congress, and Legislation
  • Lawrence H. Chamberlain
  • Functional Interdependence: The Elective Leaders, the White House, and the Congressional Party
  • David B. Truman
  • Larry O'Brien Discusses White House Contacts with Capitol Hill
  • Presidential Executives on Congressional Executives?
  • David B. Truman
  • The President's Cabinet
  • Richard F. Fenno, Jr.
  • Testimony of Richard Neustadt Before the Senate Subcommittee on National Security Staffing and Operations
  • Louis Brownlow
  • The Presidency, Executive Staffing, and the Federal Bureaucracy
  • Laurin L. Henry
  • Presidency and Legislation Planning the President's Program
  • Richard E. Neustadt
  • Presidency and Legislation: The Growth of Central Clearance
  • Richard E. Neustadt
  • Presidential Leadership: The Inner Circle and Institutionalization
  • Lester G. Seligman
  • The Politics of Economic Advice
  • Edward S. Flash, Jr.
  • The Presidency-Focus of Leadership
  • The Development of Political-Military Consultation in the United States
  • Ernest R. May
  • The National Security Council Under Truman, Eisenhower, and Kennedy
  • Stanley L. Falk
  • Salvation by Staff: Reform of the Presidential Office
  • Aaron Wildavsky
  • Executive Power and Domestic Energy: The Quest for Prerogative
  • John P. Roche
  • The Power of the President to Impound Appropriated Funds: With Special Reference to Grants-in-aid to Segregated Activities
  • Robert G. Goostree
  • Clifton Rossiter
  • A 20th Century Emancipation Proclamation: Presidential Power Permits Withholding of Federal Funds From Segregated Institutions
  • Harry Kranz
  • The Presidency in the Courts
  • Glendon A. Schubert, Jr.
  • Presidential Succession and Disability: Policy Analysis for Unique Cases
  • Aaron Wildavsky
Control code
26049
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 795 pages
Lccn
71075397
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)545742

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