Chief Executives: National Political Leadership in the United States, Mexico, Great Britain, Germany, and Japan
Taketsugu Tsurutani, Jack B. Gabbert
Washington State University Press, 1992 - Political Science - 249 pages
Chief Executives presents a comprehensive analysis of the roles that presidents, prime ministers, and chancellors play in the political systems of five countries -- the United States, Mexico, Great Britain, Germany, and Japan.
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The American Presidency
The Mexican Chief Executive
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