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The Resource Passages to the presidency : from campaigning to governing, Charles O. Jones, (electronic resource)

Passages to the presidency : from campaigning to governing, Charles O. Jones, (electronic resource)

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Passages to the presidency : from campaigning to governing
Title
Passages to the presidency
Title remainder
from campaigning to governing
Statement of responsibility
Charles O. Jones
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Language
eng
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Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • standards specifications
  • bibliography
Passages to the presidency : from campaigning to governing, Charles O. Jones, (electronic resource)
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Passages to the presidency : from campaigning to governing, Charles O. Jones, (electronic resource)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Four Presidents
  • Signals along the Way
  • Beyond the Campaign Psychology
  • Campaigning Is Not Governing
  • Lessons from the Campaign for Governing
  • The Matter of a Theme
  • Preelection Transition Planning
  • Preparing to Govern
  • The Agenda
  • The Preferred Sequence
  • Transitions and Democracy
  • The Practice: Four Cases
  • The Role of the President-Elect
  • Making Appointments
  • Choosing from among Campaign Aides
  • A Public Presence
  • The Transition and Congress
  • Transition Teams
  • The Press and the Transition
  • Inside the Window Looking Out: Transition Aides
  • Outside the Window Looking In: Press Perspectives
  • Changing Transitions
  • "The Biggest Mistake" and Other Lessons
  • A Biggest Mistake?
  • Importance of the Transition for Governing
  • Realities of the Conventional Transition
  • The Clinton Case: Preparing to Govern by Campaigning
  • From Campaigning to Governing
  • Lame-Duck Presidents and Congresses, 1940-94
  • Characteristics of Originated Presidencies, 1896-1992
  • Characteristics of Regenerated Presidencies, 1896-1992
  • Characteristics of Received Presidencies, 1896-1992
  • Thinking about Transitions
  • Transition Period Press Conferences and Appearances of Presidents-Elect Nixon, Carter, Reagan, and Clinton
  • A Leisurely Pace
  • Budgeting for Transitional Government
  • Variations in Transitions
  • Transitions in a Separated System
  • Future Presidents as Candidates
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