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- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
This collaboration of distinguished presidential scholars offers one of the first book-length post-presidency analyses of President George W. Bush and his policies. Mark J. Rozell and Gleaves Whitney have assembled a varied list of contributors from both ends of the political spectrum, bringing together academics and professionals to provide a glimpse into the politics and policies that defined President George W. Bush's presidency. Testing the Limits discusses all aspects of the Bush policy and administration, from staff appointments to foreign and domestic policy to budgetary politics. Several contributors focus their energy on the expansion of presidential powers during Bush presidency, assessing the increased influence of the Vice-President, the politicization of federal court appointments, and the development of executive privilege and presidential secrecy.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
Table of Contents
2 Table of Contents 3 Acknowledgments Chapter 4 Introduction Part 5 I. Analyzing the Bush Presidency Chapter 6 1. The Evolution of the George W. Bush Presidency Chapter 7 2. The Bush Staff and Cabinet System Chapter 8 3. George W. Bush's Domestic Policy Agenda Chapter 9 4. How George W. Bush Remade Foreign Policy Agenda Chapter 10 5. The Deficit Redux: Budget Politics during the Bush Administration Chapter 11 6. The Anatomy of a Divorce: Conservatives versus George W. Bush Part 12 II. Presidential Powers and the Bush Presidency Chapter 13 7. War Powers and the Bush Administration Chapter 14 8. Bush and the War Power: A Critique from the Outside Chapter 15 9. Bush as Commander in Chief Chapter 16 10. Executive Privilege: The Bush Record and Legacy Chapter 17 11. Bush's Greatest Legacy? The Federal Courts and the Republican Regime Chapter 18 12. George W. Bush and the Imperial Presidency 19 Index 20 About the Authors