6 edition of The modern Presidency. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Edited by Nelson W. Polsby.|
|LC Classifications||JK511 .P67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 236 p.|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||72011695|
The Modern American Presidency Lewis L. Gould, Author, Richard Norton Smith, Foreword by University Press of Kansas $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. "The Modern Presidency is a fine book for covering the institutional presidency and providing historical context of the modern s most important, The Modern Presidency is built on Wayne Steger, DePaul University "The integration of detail into thematic chapters was impressive to me.".
A modern President is bound to face demands for aid and service from five more or less distinguishable sources: from executive officialdom, from Congress, from his partisans, from citizens at large, and from abroad. The Presidency's clerkship is expressive of these pressures. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
In this volume Rozell and Peterson bring together a collection of new essays exploring the unparalleled impact of Franklin D. Roosevelt on the modern presidency. Of all the modern presidents, FDR looms largest. Indeed, most scholars date the origins of the modern presidency to FDR, and many assert that no one since has achieved his level of. The Unitary Executive and the Modern Presidency examines how the unitary executive theory became a recognized constitutional theory of presidential authority, how it has evolved, how it has been employed by presidents of both parties, and how its use has affected and been affected by U.S. politics. This book also examines the constitutional.
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book book ought to be called "The Modern Presidency: Recent Presidential F***-ups". More critical than anything, the only redeeming quality it had was some anecdotes that I had not heard or read about before concerning some of the presidents/5. "It is almost surprising that, nearly a third of the way intomore books haven’t been inspired by viral Twitter threads.
Drezner’s brisk offering is a good place to start, built as it is out of a three-plus-year, 1,plus tweet project documenting examples of the president’s own aides and allies describing him, in the author’s words, 'like a toddler.'/5(). The book is full of anecdotes and lucid detail about the modern presidents, along with Gould's snappy and precise evaluations of the strengths and weaknesses of each, and the factors in the broader political culture of each man's term in office that changed the presidency forever/5(9).
THE MODERN PRESIDENCY is a concise, accessible and sophisticated text that uses cases to illustrate important aspects of presidential action and decision-making. Written by a top scholar on the presidency and thoroughly updated through the summer of to include the presidency of Barack Obama, the book looks at presidents as individuals and at the large institutions that make up the modern.
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"It is almost surprising that, nearly a third of the way intomore books haven’t been inspired by viral Twitter threads.
Drezner’s brisk offering is a good place to start, built as it is out of a three-plus-year, 1,plus tweet project documenting examples of the president’s own aides and allies describing him, in the author’s words, 'like a toddler.'. His most recent book is “The Impossible Presidency: The Rise and Fall of America’s Highest Office.” He hosts a weekly podcast, “This Is Democracy.” Ap at AM EDT.
The reader realizes that this pattern is not part of the Trump presidency; it is the whole thing." Washington Post "This book was written before the catastrophe of coronavirus and the Trump response.
Its judgments about the president are all the more eerie as a result. The Times (UK)Pages: The Modern Presidency: An Evolution. The presidency of the United Sates of America has been an evolving office since the term of our first president, George Washington.
This evolution has occurred because of the changing times and the evolution of society itself, but also because of the actions of the men who have become president. Imperial Presidency is a term applied to the modern presidency of the United became popular in the s and served as the title of a book by historian Arthur M.
Schlesinger, Jr., who wrote The Imperial Presidency to address two concerns: that the presidency was uncontrollable and that it had exceeded its constitutional limits. Contents Books About: Crises pose a challenge to leaders beyond any other tests they confront.
In this comprehensive and timely book, veteran journalist Kenneth T. Walsh offers a probing look at how presidents from Franklin D. Roosevelt to Donald Trump dealt with crises they faced.
Triumph of the Wilsonian vision of the presidency 2. A new norm of presidential behavior 3. Four marks of the transition to the modern presidencya) Legislative activismb) More unilateral presidential actions c) The growth of presidential staffd) The president as the focus of politics 4.
Remaking the party system 5. Neustadt is the gold standard for understanding the modern American presidency.
His book, nonpartisan, simply examines the different fields of power presidents, from FDR to Ronald Reagan, can wield power and influence. He has some basic ideas, that he himself seems to admit may not be entirely possible or practical, but his examples are largely /5.
This book was a lot of fluff. All this book says is that the Presidency gets his/her powers from the Constitution. And that there is no modern Presidency as defined by scholars today, because the requirement for a modern President can be traced to multiple Presidents in US history/5.
Presidential Power and the Modern Presidents: The Politics of Leadership from Roosevelt to Reagan, released inincludes the book as its first part and a second part written by Neustadt as he wrestled with developments like the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the spectacular failures of Presidents Lyndon B.
Johnson and. The Myth of the Modern Presidency is a major contribution to how we ought to think about the American presidency, especially its constitutional roots and historical development.
It forcefully challenges the reigning paradigm of the 'modern presidency,' arguing that all the essential elements of the post-FDR presidency were present in the Cited by: Buy a cheap copy of The Modern Presidency book by James P. Pfiffner. THE MODERN PRESIDENCY is a concise, accessible and sophisticated text that uses cases to illustrate important aspects of presidential action and decision-making.
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It forcefully challenges the reigning paradigm of the ‘modern presidency,’ arguing that all the essential elements of the post-FDR presidency were present in. The First Modern President. Clear and thoroughgoing, Merry’s book is a deft character study of a president.
It is also a brief for the slow. The Modern American Vice Presidency. Joel Kramer Goldstein. Hardcover ISBN: $/£ Paperback ISBN: $/£ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; cm 24 cm: Contents: Chapter 1 The Presidency: Origins and Powers 1 --Chapter 2 The President and the Public 15 --Chapter 3 The White House Staff and Organization 44 --Chapter 4 The Institutional Presidency 85 --Chapter 5 The Cabinet and the Executive Branch --Chapter 6 The President.
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