The Postmodern President: George Bush Meets the World

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Chatham House, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 397 pages
&BAD:quot;Richard Rose has produced an exceptional book, not just about presidents but also about how they connect&BAD:mdash;or fail to connect&BAD:mdash;with Washington and the world. His unique comparative approach&BAD:mdash;blending process with politics and policy&BAD:mdash;results in an insightful, engaging treatment of the presidency and its place in the broader American system.&BAD:quot;&BAD:mdash; I.M. Destler, University of Maryland

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Contents

The Emergence of the Postmodern Presidency
17
The Imperatives of the Presidency
31
Assessing the Presidency
46
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Richard Rose is Professor of Special and Inclusive Education and Director of the Centre for Special Needs Education and Research at the University of Northampton. He has previously held posts as a teacher and head teacher in four English LEAs and has worked as an LEA inspector. Richard is author of nine books on special and inclusive education, and has published widely in a range of academic journals. His current research interests are in the areas of inclusive teaching in primary schools and pupils as independent target setter.

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