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Volume 33, Number 4 - December 2003

Articles
The Bush Presidency and the American Electorate - Gary C. Jacobson

George Bush and the 102nd Congress: The Impact of Public and “Private” Veto Threats on Policy Outcomes - Richard S. Conley

What Presidents Talk about: The Nixon Case - Lawrence R. Jacobs, Melanie Burns, Benjamin I. Page, Gregory E. McAvoy, Eric Ostermeier

From American Values to Human Rights - John Kane

John F. Kennedy and the 'Missile Gap' - Christopher Preble

Incumbent Presidents and Renomination Challenges in the 20th Century - Wayne Steger

Was Reagan Really a Great Communicator? The Influence of Televised Addresses on Public Opinion - Reed L. Welch

Features
The Contemporary Presidency: The Twenty-fifth Amendment: Recommendations and Deliberations of the Working Group on Presidential Disability - Robert E. Gilbert

Elections: Was the 2000 Presidential Election Fair? An Analysis of Comparative and Retrospective Survey Data - Martin P. Wattenberg

The Law: Congressional Access to Presidential Documents: The House Resolution of Inquiry - Louis Fisher

The Polls: Presidential Greatness As Seen in the Mass Public: An Extension and Application of the Simonton Model - Jeffrey E. Cohen

Source Material: Out of Office and in the News: Early Projections of the Clinton Legacy - Lori Cox Han, Matthew J. Krov

 

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