Transformed by Crisis: The Presidency of George W. Bush and American Politics available in Hardcover
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About the Author
Jon Kraus is Professor of Political Science, Kevin J. McMahon is Associate Professor of Political Science, and David M. Rankin is Assistant Professor of Political Science, all at SUNY Fredonia.
Table of ContentsHow Crisis Reshaped the George W. Bush Presidency: An Introduction The 2000 Election of George W. Bush: The Difficult Birth of a Presidency; J.Campbell President Bush's Triumph?: The 2002 Congressional Elections; D.Beachler The Press, the Public, and the Two Presidencies of George W. Bush; D.Rankin Did George W. Bring Bipartisanship to Washington?: Presidential-Congressional Relations in the Second Bush Administration; C.Campbell & R.Watson Mastering Presidential Government: Executive Power and the Bush Administration; S.A.Warshaw Crisis and the Pursuit of Conservatism: Liberties, Security, and the Bush Justice Department; K.McMahon Gun Rights for Terrorists?: Gun Control and the Bush Presidency; R.Spitzer No Child Left Behind and Education Policy in the Bush Administration; D.Leal & A.Rudalevige Acting Like a Colossus: Bush's Foreign Policy, Unilateralism, and the Pursuit of Primacy; J.Kraus