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The Presidential Leadership Style of Bill Clinton: An Early Appraisal
Fred I. Greenstein takes the measure of President Bill Clinton's leadership in his first year in office. He argues that rather than having a single leadership style President Clinton alternates between two styles: one in which he attempts to advance a wide variety of aims with little attempt to establish priorities or adapt to political realities, and a second more measured and pragmatic style.

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