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The most current reference of its kind, Encyclopedia of the American Presidency is the definitive guide to the role of the president throughout history. Organized alphabetically, the encyclopedia is a great first stop for students and general readers looking for information on the executive branch of America's government. The volume examines the U.S. presidency from the American Revolution through the present day. Its comprehensive scope spans the relationship between the executive and the other branches of government, court cases, elections, political opponents, scandals, and more. It offers a complete account of every presidential election in U.S. history. A valuable resource providing concise information on all aspects of this important branch of the U.S. government, Encyclopedia of the American Presidency contains approximately 600 entries and many wonderful illustrations.
|List of Entries||vi|
|Entries A to Z||1|
|Appendix I||Sections of the U.S. Constitution Dealing with the Presidency||505|
|Appendix II||Chronology of Presidential Elections||509|
|Bibliography by President||520|