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Volume 32, Number 2 - June 2002

Ambassadorial Roles and Foreign Policy: Elbridge Durbrow, Frederick Nolting, and the U.S Commitment to Diem’s Vietnam, 1957–1961 - Michael R. Adamson

The Money Primary: What Influences the Outcome of Pre-Primary Presidential Nomination Fundraising? - Randall E. Adkins and Andrew J. Dowdle

Another Lesson about Public Opinion During the Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal - Stephen Earl Bennett

Counterfactuals and the Study of the American Presidency - Jeffrey M. Chwieroth

Five Trends in Presidential Rhetoric: An Analysis of Rhetoric from George Washington to Bill Clinton - Elvin T. Lim

Unilateral Presidential Powers: Significant Executive Orders, 1949-1999 - Kenneth R. Mayer and Kevin Price

The Contemporary Presidency: The Changing Leadership of George W. Bush: A Pre- and Post-9/11 Comparison - Fred I. Greenstein

The Law: Homeland Security: The Concept and the Presidential Coordination Office—First Assessment - Harold C. Relyea

The Polls: The Public’s Response to the Clinton Scandals Part 2: Diverse Explanations, Clearer Consequences - Stanley A. Renshon

Review Essay
The Legacy of John Adams: John Adams and the Founding of the Republic, Richard Alan Ryerson, ed. - Stephen Knott

Book Reviews

Presidential Power: Forging the Presidency for the Twenty-First Century, Robert Y. Shapiro, Martha Joynt Kumar, and Lawrence R. Jacobs, ed.s - Joel D. Aberbach

No Peace, No Honor: Nixon, Kissinger, and Betrayal in Vietnam by Larry Berman - Melvin Small

Nixon's Civil Rights: Politics, Principle, and Policy by Dean J. Kotlowski - Gareth Davies

"Making the Difference between Mutual Destruction and Survival" Americanische Rustungskontrollpolitik unter Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1953-1960 by Judith Niederberger - Arnold Schuetz

Young Hickory : The Making of Andrew Jackson by Hendrik Booraem - Kristofer Ray

The Power of the American Presidency by Michael A. Genovese - Robert E. Gilbert


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