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Volume 37, Number 3 - September 2007

The Language of Freedom in the American Presidency, 1933-2006 - Kevin Coe

Above the Fray? The Use of Party System References in Presidential Rhetoric - John J. Coleman and Paul Manna

Executive Clemency or Bureaucratic Discretion? Two Models of the Pardons Process - H. Abbie Erler

The Political Fallout of Taking a Stand: The President, Congress, and the Schiavo Case - Donald P. Haider-Markel and Carol K. Carr

Why Did Clinton Survive the Impeachment Crisis? A Test of Three Explanations - Carol L. Silva, Hank C. Jenkins-Smith and Richard Waterman

Affective Evaluations of First Ladies: A Comparison of Hillary Clinton and Laura Bush - Valerie A. Sulfaro

The Contemporary Presidency: Who Wants Presidential Supremacy? Findings from the Institutions of American Democracy Project - Joel D. Aberbach, Mark A. Peterson and Paul J. Quirk

The Law: Executive Order 13422: An Expansion of Presidential Influence in the Rulemaking Process - Curtis W. Copeland

The Polls: Presidential Referendum Effects in the 2006 Midterm Elections - Jeffrey E. Cohen

Elections: The Home State Effect in Presidential Elections: Advances in the Study of Localism - Brian Disarro, Jillian Barber and Tom W. Rice

Book Reviews
Who Leads Whom? Presidents, Policy, and the Public by Brandice Canes-Wrone - Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha

Total Cold War: Eisenhower's Secret Propaganda Battle at Home and Abroad by Kenneth Osgood - Kevin R. Kosar

Addressing the State of the Union: The Evolution and Impact of the President's Big Speech by Donna R. Hoffman and Alison D. Howard - Todd Schaefer

Civil Rights Rhetoric and the American Presidency edited by James Arnt Aune and Enrique D. Rigsby - Davi Johnson

First Ladies and the Press: The Unfinished Partnership for the Media Age by Maurine H. Beasley - Nichola D. Gutgold


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