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Volume 31, Number 1 - March 2001

Lessons from Past Presidential Transitions: Organization, Management, and Decision Making - John P. Burke

The Presidency and the Political Environment - John H. Kessel

The White House As City Hall: A Tough Place to Organize - Martha Joynt Kumar

The New World Order in Theory and Practice: The Bush Administration's Worldview in Transition - Eric A. Miller and Steve A. Yetiv

Causes of Change in National Security Processes: Carter, Reagan, and Bush Decision Making on Arms Control - William Newmann

Reform As Affirmation: Jimmy Carter's Executive Branch Reorganization Effort - Ronald P. Seyb

The Contemporary Presidency: The Presidential "Hundred Days": An Overview - Richard E. Neustadt

The Law: Presidential Memoranda and Executive Orders: Of Patchwork Quilts, Trump Cards, and Shell Games - Phillip J. Cooper

The Polls: Popular Views of the Vice President: Vice Presidential Approval - Jeffrey E. Cohen

Source Material: Presidents and Polling: Politicians, Pandering, and the Study of Democratic Responsiveness - Robert Y. Shapiro and Lawrence R. Jacobs

Book Reviews
The Presidential Difference: Leadership Style from FDR to Clinton by Fred I. Greenstein - Stanley A. Renshon

In the Web of Politics: Three Decades of the U. S. Federal Executive by Joel D. Aberbach and Bert A. Rockman - Robert Maranto

Veto Bargaining: Presidents and the Politics of Negative Power by Charles M. Cameron - Richard Fleisher

Modern Presidential Electioneering. An Organizational and Comparative Approach by Jody C. Baumgartner - Randall E. Adkins

The Clinton Scandal and the Future of American Government, Mark J. Rozell and Clyde Wilcox, ed.s - Russell Renka

Lincoln Seen and Heard by Harold Holzer - Kenneth J. Winkle

Heirs Apparent: Solving the Vice Presidential Dilemma by Vance R. Kincade, Jr. - Timothy Walch


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