Vol. 35 Nbr. 2, June 2005
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- From the editors.
- Presidential decision making: rationality, advisory systems, and personality.
- The neutral/honest broker role in foreign-policy decision making: a reassessment.
- Neustadt, new institutionalism, and presidential decision making: a theory and test.
- Foreign-policy advising: models and mysteries from the Bush administration.
- White House structure and decision making: elaborating the standard model.
- "Micromanagement" of the U.S. aid budget and the presidential allocation of attention.
- The structure of leadership: presidents, hierarchies, and information flow.
- The first debate over the debates: how Kennedy and Nixon negotiated the 1960 presidential debates.
- The law: textbooks and the president's constitutional powers.
- The polls: religion and the 2000 presidential election: public attitudes toward Joseph Lieberman.
- Need for re-balancing? Presidents, national security powers, and the constitution.
- Ending the Vietnam War: A History of America's Involvement in and Extrication from the Vietnam War.
- Jefferson's Call for Nationhood.
- Why the Electoral College Is Bad for America.
- Movies and the Reagan Presidency: Success and Ethics.
- Personality, Character, and Leadership in the White House: Psychologists Assess the Presidents.