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Volume 32, Number 4 - December 2002

Articles
Knowing What Really Happened - Michael Beschloss

Studying the Polarized Presidency - Charles M. Cameron

Who Are These People? - Robert H. Ferrell

A Dose of Law and Realism for Presidential Studies - Louis Fisher

Why Do They Talk That Way? A Research Agenda for the Presidency - Roderick P. Hart

Knowing What We Want to Know about the Presidency - Charles O. Jones

Presidential Power and the Research Agenda - Richard E. Neustadt

Why Do Presidents Fail? - Richard M. Pious

Presidency and American Political Development: A Third Look - Stephen Skowronek

Features
The Contemporary Presidency: The Permanence of the "Permanent Campaign": George W. Bush’s Public Presidency - Corey Cook

The Law: The Impact of Antiterrorism Policies on Separation of Powers: Assessing John Ashcroft’s Role - Nancy V. Baker

The Polls: Policy-Specific Presidential Approval, Part 2 - Jeffrey E. Cohen

Source Material: Nixon's Ghost Haunts the Presidential Records Act: The Reagan and George W. Bush Administrations - Bruce P. Montgomery

Review Essay
The Kennedy Tapes: The Presidential Recordings: John F. Kennedy, 3 volumes, edited by Ernest R. May, Timothy Naftali, and Philip D. Zelikow - Mark Atwood Lawrence

Book Reviews
American Political Mythology from Kennedy to Nixon by Richard Bradley - Andrew E. Busch

The Presidency and Rhetorical Leadership, Leroy G. Dorsey, ed. - Terri Bimes

Political Leadership for the New Century: Personality and Behavior among American Leaders, Linda O. Valenty and Ofer Feldman, eds. - Constantine J. Spiliotes

Power, the Presidency, and the Preamble: Interpretive Essays on Selected Presidents of the United States by Robert M. Saunders - Robert J. Spitzer

Meanings of War and Peace by Francis A. Beer et al. - Kenneth S. Zagacki

Cautious Crusade: Franklin D. Roosevelt, American Public Opinion, and the War against Nazi Germany by Steven Casey - Andrew W. Barrett

The Pueblo Incident: A Spy Ship and the Failure of American Foreign Policy by Mitchell B. Lerner - Douglas A. Borer

The Impact of Public Opinion on U.S. Foreign Policy Since Vietnam: Constraining the Colossus by Richard Sobel - Lydia Andrade

Vicious Cycle: Presidential Decision Making in the American Political Economy by Constantine J. Spiliotes - Andrew Rudalevige

The Anarchist: A Novel by Daniel A. Coleman - James P. Melcher

 

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