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1. Prime ministerial government and the presidential analogy.
2. Outsiders and spatial leadership in modern American politics.
3. Moving in from the outside: the Thatcher precedent.
4. Moving in from the outside: the Blair phenomenon.
5. Going public and getting personal in the United States.
6. Presidential outreach and the development of British political leadership.
7. Major, Blair and the struggle for Public Outreach.
8. Leadership stretch in Britain.
9. The presidency and the premiership: power, nation and constitution.
10. Tony Blair and the British Presidential Dimension.