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Volume 32, Number 3 - September 2002

Assessing Changing Views of the President: Revisiting Greenstein’s Children and Politics - Amy Carter and Ryan L. Teten

From the Fabulous Baker Boys to the Master of Disaster: The White House Chief of Staff in the Reagan and G.H.W. Bush Administrations - David B. Cohen

Harnessing Conflict in Foreign Policymaking: From Devil’s to Multiple Advocacy - Alexander L. George and Eric Stern

Executive-Judicial Interaction As a Factor in Explaining Presidential Policymaking - Barbara L. Graham

Reflections of Yesterday: George H.W. Bush’s Instrumental Use of Public Opinion Research in Presidential Discourse - Wynton C. Hall

The President, the Press, and the War-Making Power: An Analysis of Media Coverage Prior to the Persian Gulf War - David Lewis and Roger P. Rose

Research Notes
Projecting Presidential Personas on the Radio: An Addendum on the Bushes - Lee Sigelman and Cynthia Whissell

The Contemporary Presidency: The Bush White House: First Appraisals - Kathryn Dunn Tenpas and Stephen Hess

The Law: When Presidential Power Backfires: Clinton's Use of Clemency - Louis Fisher

The Polls: Policy Specific Presidential Approval, Part I - Jeffrey E. Cohen

Source Material: Presidential Data Locator - Terry Sullivan

Book Reviews
Too Close to Call: The 36-Day Battle to Decide the 2000 Election by Jeffrey Toobin - Richard S. Conley

Innocent Until Nominated: The Breakdown of the Presidential Appointments Process, G. Calvin Mackenzie, ed. - Marissa Martino Golden

The Rhetorical Presidency, Propaganda, and the Cold War, 1945-55 by Shawn J. Parry-Giles - Benjamin O. Fordham

From Munich to Pearl Harbor by David Reynolds - Deborah Kisatsky

Presidential Decisions for War: Korea, Vietnam, and the Persian Gulf by Gary R. Hess - Edward Drachman

Bad News: Where the Press Goes Wrong in the Making of the President by Robert Shogan - Graham P. Ramsden

Selling the President, 1920 by John A. Morello - Vanessa Beasley

Ronald Reagan and the Politics of Freedom by Andrew E. Busch - Barbara Bennett Peterson

East Wing: Politics, the Press, and a First Lady by Nancy Finch Hoyt - Betty Houchin Winfield


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