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by Gary L. Rose

Download Controversial Issues in Presidential Selection: Second Edition (SUNY series on the Presidency:  Contemporary Issues) ePub
  • ISBN 0791419355
  • ISBN13 978-0791419359
  • Language English
  • Author Gary L. Rose
  • Publisher SUNY Press; Subsequent edition (July 1, 1994)
  • Pages 374
  • Formats lit mbr doc txt
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Politics and Government
  • Size ePub 1156 kb
  • Size Fb2 1466 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 178

This new edition provides the latest on controversies surrounding the presidential selection process. The text is two-thirds new material, with new articles by John F. Bibby, Robert D. Brown, Emmett H. Buell, Jr., M. Margaret Conway, Thomas E. Cronin, Doris Graber, Jon F. Hale, Everett Ladd, Robert D. Loevy, Theodore Lowi, Wayne Parent, Frank J. Sorauf, and Herbert Weisberg, and revised articles from many of the contributors to the first edition.The book is designed to stimulate lively debate and critical thinking about the modern process of presidential selection. Eleven issues that impact directly on the selection of the president of the United States are examined in a scholarly and argumentative format. Essays pro and con on each issue educate students in the dynamics of presidential selection and help them evaluate competing perspectives on today’s pressing issues.The controversial issues examined span the various phases of the selection process, including the nominating system, the nominating convention, and the general election campaign. New issues covered for this edition include whether a third major party in U.S. politics is likely or needed.

Eleven issues that impact directly on the selection of the president of the United States are examined in a scholarly and .

Eleven issues that impact directly on the selection of the president of the United States are examined in a scholarly and argumentative format. Essays pro and con on each issue educate students in the dynamics of presidential selection and help them evaluate competing perspectives on today s pressing issues. The controversial issues examined span the various phases of the selection process, including the nominating system, the nominating convention, and the general election campaign. politics is likely or needed.

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This study of presidential administrations from Nixon through Clinton . Series: SUNY series on the Presidency: Contemporary Issues. Paperback: 380 pages.

This study of presidential administrations from Nixon through Clinton discusses how and why the White House has become the dominant player in the domestic policy process. Warshaw’s book is quite distinctive for its breadth, depth, and analysis of cabinet-White House relations in the formulation of domestic policy. It fills an important need for a comprehensive assessment of the cabinet in the contemporary era. Warshaw has made good use of archival materials and interviews. Publisher: SUNY Press (April 25, 1996).

Winkler traces the presidential use of "terrorism" from the Vietnam War to the present with great skill, highlighting its instability . The result is a compelling inside view of presidential rhetoric, not simply an external reading of it.

Winkler traces the presidential use of "terrorism" from the Vietnam War to the present with great skill, highlighting its instability and continual mutation. The best part of this book is the archival work that went into it. Winkler gives invaluable glimpses into the bowels of the White House PR apparatus as it wrangles over public terminology. The final chapter is especially fascinating as it uses State Dept. statistics to upend a number of myths about "terrorism.

A controversial issues discussion is defined as reflective dialogue among .

A controversial issues discussion is defined as reflective dialogue among students, or between students and teachers, about an issue on which there is disagreement. Typically a discussion is sparked by a question or assertion made either by a student or teacher. The content of issues may vary from local problems to issues on the international scene. The censoring of books in a school library, the immigration policy of the United States, and the environmental state of the world would each prove to be rich subjects for controversial issue discussions.

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Book Description: The use of wedge issues such as abortion, gay marriage, and immigration has become standard political strategy in contemporary presidential campaigns. Why do candidates use such divisive appeals? Who in the electorate is persuaded by these controversial issues?

Book Description: The use of wedge issues such as abortion, gay marriage, and immigration has become standard political strategy in contemporary presidential campaigns