A collection of essays that reevaluates Richard Neustadt's place in presidential studies and shows that, while Neustadt's classic work remains a beacon for the study of the presidency, it no longer offers a reliable roadmap embodying the consensus among contemporary scholars.All of the elements of the Reagan agenda were in his speech then and continued to be included in his own presidential ... He was prolife, anti-gun control, opposed to judicial activism. With this ideological outline in mind, White House staffers from assistants to the president to secretaries in the New Executive Office Buildinganbsp;...
|Author||:||Robert Y. Shapiro, Martha Joynt Kumar, Lawrence R. Jacobs|
|Publisher||:||Columbia University Press - 2000|