Part 1 Preface Part 2 The Origins of the Presidency Chapter 3 Introduction Chapter 4 Constitutional Provisions Relating to the Presidency Chapter 5 Creating a King? The Anti-Federalist Case Against the Presidency Chapter 6 Energy in the Executive The Federalist Case for the Presidency Chapter 7 Filling in the Blanks George Washington and the Establishment of Presidential Power Part 8 Historical Perspectives on Presidential Power Chapter 9 Introduction Chapter 10 Presidential Power and the Oath of Office Chapter 11 The President as Steward of the Public Interest Chapter 12 The President Constrained by the Constitution Part 13 Leadership in the Executive Branch Chapter 14 Introduction Chapter 15 "The President Needs Help:" The Brownlow Committee Report and the President's Recommendation to Congress Chapter 16 The White House Staff Its Structure and Function Chapter 17 The Bush Transition in Historical Context Chapter 18 The President's Cabinet Chapter 19 Life in the Cabinet Chapter 20 Beyond Wreath Laying: The New Vice Presidency and the Making of Foreign Policy Part 21 Presidential Leadership and Separation of Powers Chapter 22 Introduction Chapter 23 The Presidential "One Hundred Days:" An Overview Chapter 24 Managing White House-Congressional Relations: Observations from Inside the Process Chapter 25 Veto: the Power to Say "No" Chapter 26 Franklin Roosevelt's "Court Packing" Address Part 27 Presidential Leadership in Foreign Affairs and War Chapter 28 Introduction Chapter 29 The Pacificus and Helvidius Letters Chapter 30 United States v. Curtiss-Wright Export Corporation (1936) United States Supreme Court Chapter 31 Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. v. Sawyer (1952) United States Supreme Court Chapter 32 Invitation to Struggle: The President, Congress, and National Security Chapter 33 The War Powers Resolution: President Nixon's Veto Message ad Senator Jacob Javits' Reply Chapter 34 Acts Authorizing the Use of Military Force Part 35 Presidential Election and Party Politics Chapter 36 Introduction Chapter 37 The Original Electoral College: Federal #68 Chapter 38 The Electoral College Pillar of the Two Party System Chapter 39 Executive Leadership and Political Parties00 A Comparative Perspective Chapter 40 The Survivors: George W. Bush, John F. Kerry and the Road to Conventions Chapter 41 The Roller Coaster Election of 2000 Why the Campaign Mattered Chapter 42 The 2004 Election Chapter 43 Bush v. Gore Part 44 Presidential Leadership and Public Opinion Chapter 45 Introduction Chapter 46 Rhetoric Proscribed The Tenth Article of Impreachment Against Andrew Johnson Chapter 47 The Presidency and the Power of Public Opinion Chapter 48 Consequences of the Rhetorical Presidency Chapter 49 Surviving and Thriving Amidst the Permanent Campaign Chapter 50 The Great American Video Game Part 51 Evaluating Presidents and the Presidency Chapter 52 Introduction Chapter 53 Change and Continuity in the Politics of Leadership Chapter 54 Leadership Syle and the Modern Presidency Chapter 55 The Presidency in the 21st Century Chapter 56 Presidential Psychology Part 57 Appendix A: Presidential Terms of Office Part 58 Appendix B: Vice Presidential Terms of Office Part 59 Appendix C: Presidential Election Results Part 60 Index
Thinking about the Presidency: Documents and Essays from the Founding to the Present / Edition 1by Gary L. Gregg II
Pub. Date: 02/28/2005
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Thinking About the Presidency is a concise, highly readable introduction to the American Presidency. As the only presidency reader updated through the September 11 attacks, the Iraq War, and the 2004 race for the presidency, this new text provides students with the most current information available on the presidency. Bringing together classic essays, primary
Thinking About the Presidency is a concise, highly readable introduction to the American Presidency. As the only presidency reader updated through the September 11 attacks, the Iraq War, and the 2004 race for the presidency, this new text provides students with the most current information available on the presidency. Bringing together classic essays, primary sources, and contemporary scholarship, this new text encourages students to draw their own conclusions about major issues of constitutional governance while providing them with the foundation for continued thought about the office in the years to come. To aid students in learning and reviewing, each section begins with a substantive introduction that places each reading into a coherent theoretical and historical context. To promote critical analysis and facilitate meaningful classroom discussions, each introduction includes thought-provoking questions for each of the readings. Gregg uses unique "Constitutional Context" boxes to directly relate sections of the Constitution to the topic being presented and his "Quick Facts" boxes provide ready reference materials to students.
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