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Volume 30, Number 3 - September 2000


Presidential Doctrines: An Introduction - H. W. Brands

Articles
Presidents, Chiefs of Staff, and White House Organizational Behavior: Survey Evidence from the Reagan and Bush Administrations - David B. Cohen and George A. Krause

The Knowles Affair: Nixon's Self-Inflicted Wound - Dean J. Kotlowski

Text and Context in the 1952 Presidential Campaign: Eisenhower's "I Shall Go to Korea" Speech - Martin J. Medhurst

Conditional Partisanship and Institutional Responsibility in Presidential Decision Making - Constantine J. Spiliotes

Sex, Lies, and Presidential Leadership: Interpretations of the Office - Mary E. Stuckey and Shannon Wabshall

As Far as Republican Principles Will Admit: Presidential Prerogative and Constitutional Government - George Thomas

Features

The Contemporary Presidency: Managing White House-Congressional Relations: Observations from Inside the Process - Gary Andres, Patrick Grin, and James Thurber

The Law: Litigating the War Power with Campbell v. Clinton - Louis Fisher

The Polls: Public Favorability toward the First Lady, 1993-1999 - Jeffrey E. Cohen

Source Material: The 1997 Published Transcripts of the JFK Cuban Missile Crisis Tapes: Too Good to Be True? - Sheldon M. Stern

Confronting the Kennedy Tapes: The May-Zelikow Transcripts and the Stern Assessments - Terry Sullivan

Book Reviews
National Insecurity: U.S. Intelligence After the Cold War, Craig Eisendrath, ed. - Loch K. Johnson

Counting the Public In: Presidents, Public Opinion, and Foreign Policy by Douglas C. Foyle - Bartholomew H. Sparrow

Presidential Greatness by Marc Landy and Sidney M. Milkis - Meena Bose

Jefferson and the Indians: The Tragic Fate of the First Americans by Anthony F. C. Wallace - James Taylor Carson

Re-Election: William Jefferson Clinton as a Native-Son Presidential Candidate by Hanes Walton Jr. - Richard K. Scher

In Pursuit of Justices: Presidential Politics and the Selection of Supreme Court Nominees by David Alistair Yalof - Elliott E. Slotnick

The Presidency and Domestic Policy: Comparing Leadership Styles, FDR to Clinton by William W. Lammers and Michael A. Genovese - Shirley Anne Warshaw

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