Series: SUNY Series In The Presidency

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The American Presidency Under Siege (Suny Series on the Presidency. Contemporary Issues) (Suny Series, Presidency: Contemporary Issues) by Gary L. Rose
American Presidential Elections: Process, Policy, and Political Change (Suny Series on the Presidency, Contemporary Issues) by Harvey L. Schantz
Beyond Persuasion: Organizational Efficiency and Presidential Power (S U N Y Series in the Presidency) by Matthew Robert Kerbel
The Constitution and the American Presidency (The Presidency Series) by Martin L. Fausold
Controversial Issues in Presidential Selection (SU (Suny Series on the Presidency) by Gary L. Rose
The Flawed Path to the Presidency 1992: Unfairness and Inequality in the Presidential Selection Process (Suny Series on by Robert D. Loevy
George W. Bush: Evaluating the President at Midterm (Suny Series on the Presidency: Contemporary Issues)
Groupthink or Deadlock: When Do Leaders Learn from Their Advisors? (Suny Series on the Presidency: Contemporary Issues) by Paul Kowert
JFK, LBJ, and the Democratic Party by Sean J. Savage
Popular Justice: Presidential Prestige and Executive Success in the Supreme Court (Suny Series on the Presidency: Contem by Jeff Yates
The President As Prisoner: A Structural Critique of the Carter and Reagan Years (Suny Series in the Presidency : Contemporary Issues) by William F. Grover
Ross for Boss: The Perot Phenomena and Beyond (Suny Series in the Presidency.) by Ted G. Jelen

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