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Volume 35, Number 2 - June 2005

From the Editors

Introduction
Presidential Decision Making: Rationality, Advisory Systems, and Personality - James P. Pfiffner

Articles
The Neutral/Honest Broker Role in Foreign-Policy Decision Making: A Reassessment - John P. Burke

Neustadt, New Institutionalism, and Presidential Decision Making: A Theory and Test - Matthew J. Dickinson

Foreign-Policy Advising: Models and Mysteries from the Bush Administration - Patrick J. Haney

White House Structure and Decision Making: Elaborating the Standard Model - Charles E. Walcott, Karen M. Hult

"Micromanagement" of the U.S. Aid Budget and the Presidential Allocation of Attention - Timothy J. McKeown

The Structure of Leadership: Presidents, Hierarchies, and Information Flow - Andrew Rudalevige

Features
The First Debate over the Debates: How Kennedy and Nixon Negotiated the 1960 Presidential Debates - John W. Self

The Law: Textbooks and the President's Constitutional Powers - David Gray Adler

The Polls: Religion and the 2000 Presidential Election: Public Attitudes Toward Joseph Lieberman - Jeffrey E. Cohen

Review Essay
Need for Re-Balancing? Presidents, National Security Powers, and the Constitution - Cornell W. Clayton

Book Reviews
Ending the Vietnam War: A History of America's Involvement in and Extrication from the Vietnam War - Henry Kissinger, Gary Donato

Jefferson's Call for Nationhood - Stephen Howard Browne, Colleen J. Shogan

Why the Electoral College Is Bad for America - George C. Edwards III, G. Terry Madonna

Movies and the Reagan Presidency: Success and Ethics - Chris Jordan, Linda Alkana

Personality, Character, and Leadership in the White House: Psychologists Assess the Presidents - Steven J. Rubenzer, Thomas R. Faschingbauer, Larry Baas

 

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