Vol. 34 Nbr. 2, June 2004
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- How public opinion constrains the use of force: the case of operation restore hope.
- A cognitive-psychodynamic perspective to understanding secretary of state Cyrus Vance's worldview.
- The structures of national security decision making: leadership, institutions, and politics in the Carter, Reagan, and G. H. W. Bush years.
- Democratic enlargement's value hierarchy and rhetorical forms: an analysis of Clinton's use of a post-cold war symbolic frame to justify military interventions.
- Lincoln: a Weberian politician meets the constitution.
- Blue ribbons, black boxes: toward a better understanding of presidential commissions.
- The contemporary presidency: unity in the executive and the Presidential Succession Act.
- Elections: voter support and partisans' (mis)perceptions of presidential candidates' abortion views in 2000.
- The law: must the Senate take a floor vote on a presidential judicial nominee?
- The polls: presidential traits and job approval: some aggregate-level evidence.
- Source material: the truth is out there: the recently released NSC institutional files of the Nixon presidency.
- The Lessons of Watergate: thirty years on.
- The Challenge of the American Presidency.
- Power Without Persuasion: the Politics of Direct Presidential Action.
- Managing National Security Policy: the President and the Process.
- Averting the "Final Failure": John F. Kennedy and the Secret Cuban Missile Crisis Meetings.
- Dispatches from Lincoln's White House: the Anonymous Civil War Journalism of Presidential Secretary William O. Stoddard.
- The Presidency and Women: Promise, Performance and Illusion.
- Living History.
- Meet the Candidate Videos: Analyzing Presidential Primary Campaign Videocassettes.
- Images, Scandal, and Communication Strategies of the Clinton Presidency.