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Volume 31, Number 2 - June 2001

Articles
The White House Office of Management and Administration - Peri E. Arnold, Charles E. Walcott, and Bradley H. Patterson, Jr.

Networking in the Shadow of Hierarchy: Public Policy, the Administrative Presidency, and the Neoadministrative State - Robert F. Durant and Adam L. Warber

Presidential Power and Political Science - Erwin C. Hargrove

The Office of the Staff Secretary - Karen M. Hult and Kathryn Dunn Tenpas

Professional Reputation and the Neustadt Formulation - Charles O. Jones

The Office of the Press Secretary - Martha Joynt Kumar

Features
The Contemporary Presidency: Presidential Safety, Prosecutorial Zeal, and Judicial Blunders: The Protective Function Privilege - Herbert L. Abrams

The Law: The President and the Independent Counsel: Reflections on Prosecutors, Presidential Prerogatives, and Political Power - Katy J. Harriger

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

Source Material: His Heart's Abundance: Notes of a Nixon Speechwriter - William F. Gavin

Book Reviews
Congressional Abdication on War and Spending by Louis Fisher - Eileen Burgin

Critical Reflections on the Cold War: Linking Rhetoric and History, Martin J. Medhurst and H. W. Brands, ed.s - David A. Crockett

Working in the World: Jimmy Carter and the Making of American Foreign Policy by Robert A. Strong - Betty Glad

What Motivates Bureaucrats? Politics and Administration during the Reagan Years by Marissa Martino Golden - Charles T. Goodsell

The Presidents' Wives: Reassessing the Office of First Lady by Robert P. Watson - Myra G. Gutin

The White House Staff: Inside the West Wing and Beyond by Bradley H. Patterson, Jr. - John Hart

The Use of Force after the Cold War, H. W Brands, ed. - Steven W. Hook

American Tragedy: Kennedy, Johnson, and the Origins of the Vietnam War by David Kaiser - Mark A. Lawrence

The Permanent Campaign and Its Future, Norman Ornstein and Thomas Mann, ed.s - David Menefee-Libey

Cold War Respite: The Geneva Summit of 1955, Gunter Bischof and Saki Dockrill, ed.s - Paul Rorvig

Explaining Congressional-Presidential Relations: A Multiple Perspectives Approach by Steven A. Shull and Thomas C. Shaw - Dennis M. Simon

 

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