7 edition of The Presidency found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Aaron Wildavsky.|
|LC Classifications||JK516 .W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 795 p.|
|Number of Pages||795|
|LC Control Number||71075397|
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The book builds up really well to explaining how this “expressive presidency” is a truly new and vapid and explains how BAD it is that there are cabinet members saving us from the president because of how future leaders might lose control of their underlings. In part because the presidency is so powerful, to begin with, and in part because the president and Congress often belong to opposing parties, the history of the United States has involved considerable struggle between the legislative branch, which passes policy and apportions funds, and the executive branch, which executes policy and spends funds.
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Jul 09, · Characterizing the American presidency—the task that this book has set for itself—is, as a result, very challenging. We start by distinguishing the presidency from the presidents, the office from those who held it.
This book is not, then, a collection of presidential biographies, although it provides much biographical information/5(11). To End a Presidency: The Power of Impeachment by Laurence H. Tribe and Joshua Matz is a book I have been eager to read and I picked this up from the library ASAP!/5.
Inside Trump's White House: The Real Story of His Presidency [Doug Wead] on eventfr.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. After dozens of books and articles by anonymous sources, here is finally a history of the Trump White House with the President and his staff talking openly/5().
The Imperial Presidency, The Presidency book Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., is a book published in by Houghton eventfr.com book details the history of the Presidency of the United States from its conception by the Founding Fathers through the latter half of the 20th century.
The author wrote the book out of two concerns: first, that the US Presidency was out of control and second, that the Presidency had Author: Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. "Unmaking the Presidency, devastating in its understatedness, may prove to be the most important book about the Trump presidency." —Tabatha Southey, Maclean's The definitive account of how Donald Trump has wielded the powers of the American presidency The extraordinary authority of the U.S.
presidency has no parallel in the democratic world. Jan 31, · Susan Hennessey and Benjamin Wittes explore Trump’s role as disrupter of his office in their new book, “Unmaking the Presidency: Donald Trump’s War on the World’s Most Powerful Office Author: Barbara Mcquade.
Jan 22, · Their new book is an unsettling look at the first 2 1/2 years of the Trump presidency, based on more than interviews with administration officials, Trump confidants and other firsthand.
In their new book, “Unmaking the Presidency: Donald Trump’s War on the World’s Most Powerful Office,” Brookings Senior Fellows Susan Hennessey and Benjamin Wittes tell the story of the Start Date: Jan 21, Jan 21, · Today, we published a new book, “Unmaking the Presidency: Donald Trump’s War on the World’s Most Powerful Office.”It reflects nearly four years of thinking about the interaction of President Trump’s personality and the powers of the office he holds; thinking that has evolved as we have witnessed the ways in which the man and the office have coexisted and clashed.
The American Presidency examines the constitutional foundation of the executive office and the social, economic, political, and international forces that have reshaped it.
Authors Sidney M. Milkis and Michael Nelson broadly examine the influence of each president, focusing on how these leaders have sought to navigate the complex and ever-changing terrain of the executive office and revealing.
In his book The Black Presidency, Michael Eric Dyson constructs a multi-layered examination of the presidential administration of Barack Obama and its impact on black life and race relations in the U.S.
before, during, and after its existence.4/5. In a new book, “Unmaking the Presidency,” Susan Hennessey, J.D. ’13, and Benjamin Wittes argue that power shift has been underway since his inauguration.
Trump is not just flouting convention, they argue. He’s reimagining and reshaping the American presidency in profoundly radical new ways. Mar 05, · Editorial Reviews "Brilliant In their terrific, accessible, and thoughtful new book, To End a Presidency: The Power of Impeachment, the Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe and the constitutional lawyer Joshua Matz do better than offering a simple yes or no: they give us a framework for thinking about the question To their great credit, Tribe and Matz didn't write a legal brief or a Brand: Basic Books.
A government aide told the authors of an explosive new book about the Trump White House that the president is tarnishing the office of the presidency through the "disdain he shows for our country Author: Tom Porter. Jan 20, · Legal analyst Benjamin Wittes discusses 'Unmaking the Presidency,' the new book he's co-authored with Susan Hennessey.
Book examines Trump's deeds and misdeeds in the light of presidential history. Considering Trump is afraid of books and possibly can’t read (but, more tragically, definitely refuses to), it’s ironic that so many books about his administration have been published less than halfway through his presidency.
In fact, there are so many, you could practically start a book club just devoted to learning about what an awful president he is. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Feb 07, · The book argues that Americans live under a black presidency — not so much because the president is black, but because Obama’s presidency remains.
Two Lawfare editors and senior fellows at the Brookings Institution trace the crumbling integrity of the U.S.
presidency. As former National Security Agency attorney Hennessey and Wittes (Notes on the Mueller Report: A Reading Diary,etc.) show, early on in Donald Trump’s presidency, the initial hopes that the office would tame his baser instincts quickly eventfr.com: Susan Hennessey, Benjamin Wittes.
The rhetorical presidency is a political communication theory that describes the communication and government style of U.S.
presidents in the twentieth century. This theory describes the transition from a presidency that directed rhetoric toward the United States Congress and other government bodies, to one that addresses rhetoric, policy and ideas directly to the public.
THE IMPERIAL PRESIDENCY User Review - Kirkus. Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. will be read because he is Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. That much is assured. But beyond the name and the campus fame, there is the fact that this is a perfectly satisfactory book /5(3).Nov 07, · Book by ‘Anonymous’ describes Trump as cruel, inept and a danger to the nation It is about how we want the presidency to reflect our country, Author: Philip Rucker.Jan 18, · EW previously looked back at Obama’s lit picks last year, as his presidency came to an end, and given that he’s decided to keep up the year-end book recommendation tradition post-presidency.