Vol. 38 Nbr. 4, December 2008
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- The mixed legacies of Ronald Reagan.
- Presidential press relations.
- Who speaks for the people? The President, the press, and public opinion in the United States.
- George Akerson's legacy: continuity and change in White House press operations.
- The presidency and local media: local newspaper coverage of president George W. Bush.
- Who's the fairest of them all? An empirical test for partisan bias on ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox News.
- Presidential communication in the Internet era.
- Conveying presidential news: the White House press corps covers the president.
- Lessons learned the hard way: questioning presidents.
- Memorandum to the president-elect.
- The contemporary presidency: "an excess of refinement": lame duck presidents in constitutional and historical context.
- The law: presidential misuse of the pardon power.
- Polls and elections: editorial cartoons 2.0: the effects of digital political satire on presidential candidate evaluations.
- The Politics of Economic Leadership: The Causes and Consequences of Presidential Rhetoric.
- The Politics of Presidential Appointments: Political Control and Bureaucratic Performance.
- Economic Instruments of Security Policy--Influencing Choices of Leaders.
- Mandate Politics.
- Managing the President's Message: The White House Communications Operation.
- While Dangers Gather: Congressional Checks on Presidential War Powers.