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Article 1 - The Coming of Presidential Czars and their Accountability to Congress
Authors / Editors: Harold C. Relyea

Article 2 - Seasonal Clemency Revisited: An Empirical Analysis
Authors / Editors: P.S. Ruckman, Jr.

Article 3 - Itís Personal: Nixon, Liberia and the Development of U.S. African Policy
Authors / Editors: Thomas D. Matijasic

Article 4 - Contested Stewardship: Inter-Branch Conflict over Unilateral Presidential Directives for Public Lands
Authors / Editors: Graham Dodds

Article 5 - Partisanship as a Source of Presidential Rankings
Authors / Editors: Joseph E. Uscinski and Arthur Simon

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Article 6 - Reflections on the Findings of Uscinski and Simon, and Blessing, Skleder, and You on Rater Bias and Presidential Rankings
Authors / Editors: Tim H. Blessing

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Article 7 - FDRís Forgotten Man: Metamorphosis to a Volatile Political Future
Authors / Editors: S. L. Harrison

Article 8 - The Influence of Familial, Childhood, and Peer Networks on Presidential Political Personality: Bill Clinton, Hope, Hot Spring and Racial Attitudes
Authors / Editors: Karen Sebold and Andrew Dowdle
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