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Presidential Studies Quarterly

Volume 33 - Number 1
March 2003

Table of Contents


Who Wins? Campaign Effects and the Third Party Vote
Lawrence Jacobs and Joanne M. Miller and Samantha Luks

The Impact of Attitudes toward Foreign Policy Goals on Public Preferences among Presidential Candidates: A Study of Issue Publics and the Attentive Public in the 2000 U.S. Presidential Election
Jon A. Krosnick and Sowmya Anand

The Basic Dynamics of the Presidential Nomination Process: Putting the 2000 Races in Perspective
William G. Mayer

The Role of Issues in the 2000 U.S. Presidential Election
Arthur H. Miller and Thomas Klobucar

Suburban Voting in Presidential Elections
Daron R. Shaw and Seth C. McKee

Rhetorical Convergence and Issue Knowledge in the 2000 Presidential Election
Paul Waldman and Kathleen Hall Jamieson

The Clinton 2000 Effect in Perspective
Martin P. Wattenberg

Presidential Election Polls in 2000: A study in dynamics
Christopher Wlezien


The Contemporary Presidency: Post-Presidential Influence in the Postmodern Era
Thomas F. Schaller and Thomas W. Williams

The Law: President Bush's First Executive Privilege Claim: The FBI/Boston Investigation
Charles Tiefer

The Polls: State Level Presidential Approval: Results from the Job Approval Project
Jeffrey E. Cohen

Source Material: “Does This Constitute A Press Conference?” Defining and Measuring Modern Presidential Press Conferences
Martha Joynt Kumar


Election 2000 Revisited (The Vote: Bush, Gore, and the Supreme Court, edited by Cass R. Sunstein and Richard A. Epstein; Breaking the Deadlock: The 2000 Election, the Constitution, and the Courts, by Richard A. Posner; The Votes That Counted: How the Court Decided the 2000 Presidential Election, by Howard Gillman), review essay by Matthew J. Franck.


By Order of the President: The Use and Abuse of Executive Direct Action, by Phillip J. Cooper, reviewed by Kenneth R. Mayer.

The Eisenhower Court and Civil Liberties, by Theodore M. Vestal, reviewed by Robert A. Pratt.

The Politics of Moral Capital, by John Kane, reviewed by David J. Siemers.

Covering Clinton: The President and the Press in the 1990s, by Joseph Hayden, reviewed by Glenn W. Richardson, Jr.

The Natural: The Misunderstood Presidency of Bill Clinton, by Joe Klein, reviewed by Donald R. Raber, II.

Groupthink or Deadlock: When Do Leaders Learn from Their Advisors?, by Paul A. Kowert, reviewed by Bryan W. Marshall.

Allies and Adversaries: The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Grand Alliance, and U.S. Strategy in World War II, by Mark A. Stoler, reviewed by William H. Baugh.

Rostow, Kennedy, and the Rhetoric of Foreign Aid, by Kimber Charles Pearce, reviewed by Barry J. Balleck.



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