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Volume 35, Number 4 - December 2005

Articles
Accidental Presidents: Death, Assassination, Resignation, and Democratic Succession - Philip Abbott

Do Early Birds Get the Worm? Improving Timeliness of Presidential Nomination Forecasts - Randall E. Adkins, Andrew J. Dowdle

History, Collective Memory, and the Appropriation of Martin Luther King, Jr.: Reagan's Rhetorical Legacy - Denise M. Bostdorff, Steven R. Goldzwig

White House Publicity Operations During the Korean War, June 1950–June 1951 - Steven Casey

Presidential Signaling in a Market Economy - Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha

Grover Cleveland, William McKinley, and the Emergence of the President as Party Leader - Daniel P. Klinghard

Features
The Contemporary Presidency: Polarization and White House/Legislative Relations: Causes and Consequences of Elite-Level Conflict - Gary Andres

Elections: Effects of the Stand by Your Ad Provision on Attitudes About Candidates and Campaigns - Kristina Gale, Betsey Gimbel Hawkins, Richard Hawkins, David B. Magleby, J. Quin Monson, Kelly D. Patterson

The Law: The Executive Branch and Propaganda: The Limits of Legal Restrictions - Kevin R. Kosar

Book Reviews
Seeking Justices: The Judging of Supreme Court Nominees - Leah A. Murray

The Nerve Center: Lessons in Governing from the White House Chiefs of Staff - Charles E. Walcott

America Alone: The Neo-Conservatives and the Global Order - Steve A. Yetiv

Of Little Faith: The Politics of George W. Bush's Faith-Based Initiatives
- Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha

The Money Primary: The New Politics of the Early Presidential Nomination Process - Chapman Rackaway

Explaining Foreign Policy: U.S. Decision-Making and the Persian Gulf War - Laura Neack

The Tormented President: Calvin Coolidge, Death, and Clinical Depression - Rose McDermott


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