2 edition of Politics and the Oval Office found in the catalog.
Politics and the Oval Office
Arnold J. Meltsner
January 1, 1981
by Transaction Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||332|
Oval Office Books. By Thomas Vinciguerra. Aug. 19, ; Two books on Lincoln and one on polio. Oh, and a Camus novel. It was “The Stranger” that caught everyone’s attention when the White. The Heart of Power, With a New Preface Health and Politics in the Oval Office. About the Book. Even the most powerful men in the world are human—they get sick, take dubious drugs, drink too much, contemplate suicide, fret about ailing parents, and bury people they love.
Get this from a library! The Trump presidency: outsider in the oval office. [Steven E Schier; Todd E Eberly] -- "Since the moment that Trump claimed victory, political observers have said that America is in uncharted waters. Schier and Eberly provide an . President Donald Trump was in a combative mood during an Oval Office meeting and an East Room press conference with Finnish President Sauli Niinistö on Wednesday afternoon, ranting about the.
Which makes From the Corner of the Oval somehow, against the odds, a story of hope.”—Paul Begala, The New York Times Book Review (Editors’ Choice) “A few weeks ago, what I always fear will happen actually did happen. I’d been reading Beck Dorey-Stein’s engrossing memoir, From the Corner of the Oval, out J on my commute home. In reading Gary Scott Smiths Religion in the Oval Office: The Religious Lives of American Presidents, I found careful and thorough research using both the words of each President featured in the book; a substantial cross section of historical assessment regarding both the faith views and practices of each President as well as their impact on their decision /5.
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Taking a close look at Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George Herbert Walker Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W.
Bush, the book shows what history can teach us as we confront the health care challenges of the twenty-first by: Politics and the Oval Office: Towards a Presidential Governance 1st Edition by Arnold J. Meltsner (Editor)Format: Hardcover.
Another book about the Presidents/oval office and politics in general, one of many in bookstores, so I thought I would enjoy this book as the countless other books on this subject. I give this book 4 stars for ONE big error, and it is on page 41 the author states that Kennedy's grave and flame are at the National Cemetery in Bethesda, !!!!/5(7).
Politics and the Oval Office is the institute's first book to address directly the institutional and political contexts for implementing substantive policies. Although the essential task is different here, this study shares the approach and the optimism of the earlier ones. The Heart of Power: Health and Politics in the Oval Office David Blumenthal, James Morone This is an invaluable book for anyone interested in the making of.
This offbeat slice of American history places the story of our great republic beneath an unexpected lens: that of fringe candidates for president of the United States. Mark Stein explores how their quest for our nation’s highest office helped to. The book is split into a section for each President from Roosevelt onwards to Clinton, using recorded conversations in the Oval Office as a backdrop for Doyle's excellent thoughts and revelations on the attitudes and actions /5(8).
An author, screenwriter, and playwright, Stein is best known for his bestselling How the States Got Their Shapes, the basis for the History Channel series of the same his new book he casts his eye for the odd but telling corners of history with a look at fringe candidates running for the U.S.
presidency. From the Corner of the Oval is a fun and highly entertaining read. From her hilarious process of getting hired as one of Obamas stenographers to her final days at the White House after President Obama leaves, the book is informative, at turns hilarious, and always chock full of tales about life at the White House/5.
On the left in each view, previous Oval Offices. On the right, the new one for Trump. presidents have largely kept the battle flags out of the Oval Office. are the authors of the book. The Heart of Power: Health and Politics in the Oval Office.
David Blumenthal, James Morone. University of California Press, - Medical - pages. 0 Reviews. Even the most powerful.
Book Review The heart of power: Health and politics in the oval office David Blumenthal and James A. Morone University of California Press, Berkeley,pp., $ This book combines the personal, policy, politics, and historical accidents that shape one of the most difficult public policy issues any president has to face.
Great history and great views of the people in the office. Well written (some parts read like a novel)/5(16). ‘Author in Chief’ Review: The Oval Office Book Club Our presidents ranked not by their political achievements but by their literary s: The books themselves he sorts briskly into “campaign books” (those written before the author takes office) and “legacy books” (those written after).
Plenty of campaign books, of course. " Religion in the Oval Office is an impressive work that fully presents for the reader the different ways in which faith has helped shape presidential character, political philosophy, and the interplay between beliefs and policies. Smith conducted extensive archival research, and the notes and sources make up about one third of the by: 1.
In his new book, God in the White House, Randall Balmer explores the interplay between religion and politics in America, tracking the "religionization" of the Oval Office across the last half of. News & Politics Culture Technology Business Human Interest A Bibliophile’s Guide to the Oval Office.
S PM. Ken Starr’s inventory of books on the Oval Office. The Pre-existing Condition in the Oval Office. David Remnick, The New Yorker Ap (AP Photo/Evan Vucci). Together with Faith and the Presidency, Religion in the Oval Office provides the most comprehensive examination of the inseparable and intriguing relationship between faith and the American presidency.
This book will be invaluable to anyone interested in the presidency and the role of religion in politics. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Part I.A memorandum --Memorandum to President Reagan / Arnold J.
Meltsner --Part political environment --What has happened to the American public?/ Charles Peters --The changing American electorate / Jack Citrin --Political. (Scribner, ), a political management book hailed by prominent journalists and politicians from both parties.
In addition, Goddard's essays on politics and public policy have appeared in dozens of newspapers across the country. Goddard earned degrees from Vassar College and Harvard University. He lives in New York with his wife and three sons.Health and Politics in the Oval Office.
By David Blumenthal, James Morone. University of California Press,pp. Publication Date: Septem Other Editions of This Title: Hardcover (7/1/).