Presidency in the United States. Volume 7

Gabriel L. Carreiro (Editor)

Series:Presidency in the United States
BISAC: POL040010

This series gathers and presents original research in the study of the Presidency of the United States. Each article has been carefully selected in an attempt to present substantial topical data across a broad spectrum. Topics discussed in this compilation include the issuance, modification and revocation of executive orders; the debate over selected presidential assistants and advisors; nominations to cabinet positions during inter-term transitions since 1984; financial assets and conflict of interest regulations in the executive branch; and an analysis of young-adult voting for presidential elections from 1964 to 2012.
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Table of Contents

pp. vii

Chapter 1
Executive Orders: Issuance, Modification, and Revocation
Vivian S. Chu, Todd Garvey)
pp. 1-14

Chapter 2
The Debate Over Selected Presidential Assistants and Advisors: Appointment, Accountability, and Congressional Oversight
(Barbara L. Schwemle, Todd Garvey, Vivian S. Chu, Henry B. Hogue)
pp. 15-93

Chapter 3
Nominations to Cabinet Positions During Inter-Term Transitions Since 1984
(Maeve P. Carey, Michael Greene, Henry B. Hogue)
pp. 95-119

Chapter 4
Financial Assets and Conflict of Interest Regulation in the Executive Branch
(Jack Maskell)
pp. 121-143

Chapter 5
Young-Adult Voting: An Analysis of Presidential Elections, 1964–2012
(Thom File)
pp. 145-162

pp. 163-171

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