All Thing Al Menp

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 24, 1981 - Political Science - 312 pages
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Hodgson argues that the institution of the presidency has lost much of its power in the last two decades, analyzes the causes of this impotence, and suggests changes that will enable future presidents to govern effectively
  

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Contents

The Paradox of Presidential Power
13
The Isolated President
50
Effete Bureaucrats and Macho Staff
81
The Paradox of Congressional Power
121
Politics Without
161
The Electronic Mephistopheles
183
President and People
209
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About the author (1981)

Godfrey Hodgson has written several books on American politics and history, including AMERICA IN OUR TIME and, most recently, THE WORLD TURNED RIGHT SIDE UP: A HISTORY OF AMERICAN CONSERVATISM. He is currently the director of the Reuters Foundation Programme at Oxford University. The author resides in England.

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