Twenty years of papers on the Presidency
University Press of America, Sep 1, 1995 - History - 288 pages
The study of the American presidency has been the focal point of The Miller Center's programs. This volume celebrates the twentieth anniversary of The Miller Center by bringing together some of the best and most illuminating essays that the Center has published in its history. Including essays by two former presidents, several former presidential advisors, and three former members of presidential cabinets, the volume covers such diverse topics as the true function of an attorney general, the role morality should play in the development of foreign policy, and the relationship between the president and Congress. Contributors: President Gerald R. Ford; James H. Rowe, Jr.; Thomas G. Corcoran; Bryce Harlow; Dean Rusk; Griffin Bell; Herbert Brownell; Jack Valenti; Paul Laxalt; Richard Bolling; David Broder; George F. Kennan; Paul M. Kennedy; President Jimmy Carter.
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THE PRESIDENT AND POLITICAL LEADERSHIP
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