White House Studies Compendium. Volume 8

Anthony J. Eksterowicz (Editor)
James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, USA

Glenn P. Hastedt (Editor)

Series: White House Studies
BISAC: HIS037070

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The American presidency has become one of the most powerful offices in the world with the ascendency of American power in the 20th century. ‘White House Studies Compendium’ brings together piercing analyses of the American presidency – dealing with both current issues and historical events. The compendia are the bound issues of ‘White House Studies’ with the addition of a comprehensive subject index. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Must the President Obey the Law?
(Michael A. Genovese)

More Than Meets the Eye: The Political Determinants of Presidential Executive Agreements
(Chris J. Dolan and Scot D. Schraufnagel)

The 22nd Amendment: The “I Hate Roosevelt” Ban on Third Terms
(R. Alton Lee)

George W. Bush, Haiti and Presidential War Powers
(Ryan Hendrikson and Erica Cornelius)

Conceptualizing James Madison's Constitutional Vision: The Center for the Constitution at James Madison's Montpelier
(Michael H. Taylor and Jennifer L. Patja)

Framing the Performance of the First Lady Position: The Case of Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Candidates’ Wives
(Lisa M. Burns)

Behind Every Great Political Man: The Gore and Bush Women Spanning the Gender Gap at the 2000 National Party Conventions
(Carol Lynn Bower)

Christine Todd Whitman: Balance and Her Legacy at the Environmental Protection Agency
(Kristina Horn Sheeler)

Communicating Diplomacy: Eleanor Roosevelt’s Role in Managing Madame Chiang Kai-shek’s 1943 Visit
(Karen Leong)

Barbara Bush’s Rhetorical Use of Millie During Her First 100 Days as First Lady
(Molly Meijer Wertheimer)

Rhetoric Versus Reality: U.S. Foreign Assistance To Africa Under Bush 41 and Bush 43
(Melinda Adams and Jonathan Keller)

Presidential Scholars and Presidential Recordings
(Richard A. Moss and Luke Nichter)

Franklin D. Roosevelt’s First Trip to the West Coast: A President Prefigured
(David T. Leary)

Changing Views of Executive Tenure in Early American History
(Michael J. Korzi)

The Foreign Policy of the Clinton Administration: The Pursuit of Order in the Post Cold War Era
(Glenn P. Hastedt and Anthony J. Eksterowicz)

Mentioning the Mail: Presidential References to Public Opinion Mail and the Construction of Political Reality
(Brandon Rottinghaus)

Post FDR Republican Presidents’ Use of Conservative Rhetoric in Platforms, Speeches and Veto Messages
(Steven E. Standridge)

Balancing the Scales or Stacking the Deck? The President’s Ability to Appoint Majorities on the Circuit Courts of Appeals
(Todd Collins)

Laura Carter Holloway and The First Lady's Story
(Claudia J. Keenan)

President Jimmy Carter and His Incongruous Policy Toward Civilian Nuclear Power
(Stephen L. Jackson)

The Reagan White House and the Conservative Agenda for Space
(Andrew J. Butrica)

Presidential Leadership, Symbolism and Television: A Case Study of the Apollo Program
(Kathy Keltner)

The Establishment Clause and the 43rd Presidency
(Philip Benesch)

Index

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