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Editors: Robert W. Watson
Book Description:
The American presidency has become one of the most powerful offices in the world with the ascendency of American power in the 20th century.'White House Studies Compendium' brings together piercing analyses of the American presidency - dealing with both currect issues and historical events.The compendia are the bound issues of 'White House Studies' with the addition of a comprehensive subject index as well as rearranged.

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PREFACE;

Chapter 1.-Abraham Lincoln: The President Who Changed the Role of Commander-in-Chief; PP. 1-13
(Frank J. Williams)

Chapter 2.-Abraham Lincoln: World Political Symbol for the Twenty-First Century; PP. 15-32
(Max J. Skidmore)

Chapter 3.-The Domestic Lincoln: White House Lobbying of the Civil War Congresses; PP. 33-46
(Jon Schaff)

Chapter 4.-The Emerging Scholarly Consensus on Presidential Leadership: A New Realism, an Old Idealism; PP. 47-62
(Raymond Tatalovich and Thomas S. Engeman)

Chapter 5.-JFK and the DNC; PP. 63-77
(Sean J. Savage)

Chapter 6.-Research on the Presidency: The Usual Problem of Biographical Accounts; PP. 79-95
(William Cunion)

Chapter 7.-An Extraconstitutional Arrangement: Lyndon Johnson and the Fall of the Warren Court; PP. 97-109
(Artemus Ward)

Chapter 8.-Winning Friends and Influencing People: The President vs. Interest Groups; PP. 111-126
(Ken Collier and Michael J. Towle)

Chapter 9.-Preidents After the White House: A Preliminary Study; PP. 127-140
(Max J. Skidmore)

Chapter 10.-The Continued Need for the Prerogative Presidency; PP. 141-159
(Martin S. Sheffer)

Chapter 11.-The Impact of the Activist President on the Lobbying Efforts of the Women Suffrage Movement; PP. 161-176
(Alana S. Jeydel)

Chapter 12.-The Role of First Ladies in Healthcare Reform' PP. 177-187
(Kristin L. Davis and Lawrence J. Rifkind)

Chapter 13.-Female Candidates for Executive Office: The Road to the Governor’s Mansion; PP. 189-203
(Valerie R. O’Regan and Stephen J. Stambough)

Chapter 14.-Elections 2000: The Mexico Agenda in the U.S. Presidential Campiagns; PP. 205-218
(Gabriela Cobián Castañeda, Antonieta Castro Cosío, Melisa Ladron de Guevara Jiménez, and Alicia Gómez Peña)

Chapter 15.-A Revisionist View of George Bush and Congress, 1989: Presidential Support, ‘Veto Strength,’ and Legislative Strategy; PP. 219-234
(Richard S. Conley)

Chapter 16.-We Were Never Married: Rallying Effects of Election Victories on President Clinton's Honeymoon with the Press; PP. 235-253
(Bradley C. Freeman)

Chapter 17.-The “Smallest Mistake”: Explaining the Failures of the Hayes and Harrison Presidencies; PP. 255-272
(Douglas Steven Gallagher)

Chapter 18.-The Road to Chadha: The Carter Administration and the Legislative Veto; PP. 273-283
(Samuel B. Hof)

Chapter 19.-Who Did a Better Job Informing Youth Voters in the 2000 Election - TV Network News or Online News?; PP. 285-298
(Karon Reinboth Speckman)

Chapter 20.-The Lincoln Forum’s First Six Years: An Interview with Chairman Frank J. Williams; PP. 299-304
(Harold Holzer)

Chapter 21.-Let’s Bounce the Rubber Lincolns; PP. 305-306
(John Y. Simon)

Chapter 22.-Creation of an International Lincoln Center in the Deep South; PP. 307-313
(William D. Pederson)

Chapter 23.-New Glory for Old Glory: A Lincoln-Era Tradition Reborn; PP. 315-318
(Harold Holzer)

Chapter 24.-Someday A Woman Will be President!; PP. 319-325
(Ann Moliver Ruben)

Chapter 25.-American Women Presidents; PP. 327-334
(Mosemarie Boyd)

Chapter 26.-Mary Todd Lincoln: Civil War First Lady; PP. 335-343
(Jean H. Baker)

Chapter 27.-The Lady from Lexington; PP. 345-354
(Mary Margaret Buss)

Chapter 28.-Abraham Lincoln Historic Digitization Project; PP. 355-357
(Drew E. VandeCreek)

Chapter 29.-Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial; PP. 359-365
(Dusty Shultz)

Chapter 30.-Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site; PP. 367-368

Chapter 31.-The Changing Presidential Election System; PP. 369-379
(Russell L. Mahan)

Chapter 32.-Monticello: The Home of Thomas Jefferson; PP. 381-385

Chapter 33.-Woodrow Wilson House; PP. 387-395
(Frank J. Aucella and Marie B. Danch)

Chapter 34.-Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center; PP. 397-399
(Robert P. Watson)


***BOOK REVIEWS ON THE PRESIDENCY; PP. 399-423

*Abraham Lincoln and the Forge of National Memory;
(Reviewed by: Mary Beth Melchior)

*Abraham Lincoln and the Road to Emancipation: 1861-1865
(Reviewed by: Max J. Skidmore)

*From the Center to the Edge: The Politics and Policies of the Clinton
Presidency (Reviewed by: Robert Dewhirst)

*Presidential Places: A Guide to the Historic Sites of U.S. Presidents (Reviewed by: Cynthia D. Bittinger)

*Presidential Judgment: Foreign Policy Decision Making in the White House (Vaughn P. Shannon)

*Presidents, the Presidency, and the Political Environment
(Jeremy B. Lupoli)

*FDR and His Enemies (Bernard Hirschhorn)

*Presidential Decisions for War: Korea, Vietnam, and the Persian Gulf (Chris J. Dolan)

*Who Will be in the White House? Predicting Presidential Elections (Matthew Streb)

*The Politics of Presidential Selection (Timothy N. Thurber)

*The White House Staff: Inside the West Wing and Beyond
(Robert P. Watson).

ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS;

INDEX

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2007
   ISBN: 1-60021-533-5
   Status: AV
  
Status Code Description
AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
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