Advising the President on Enrolled Legislation: Patterns of Executive Influence
Stephen J. Wayne, Richard L. Cole, and James F. C. Hyde, JR., analyze presidential decisions to approve or veto enrolled bills during the Nixon and Ford years. The authors show that presidential action was closely related to advice from the agency most directly affected by the proposed legislation and especially the Office of Management and Budget.
The Clinton Tapes: Wrestling History with the President, Taylor Branch Reviewed by Stephen J. Wayne
Partisanship and Governance: A Review Essay, Stephen J. Wayne
The George W. Bush Presidency: An Early Assessment, Fred I. Greenstein Reviewed by Stephen J. Wayne
In the Web of Politics: Three Decades of the U.S. Federal Executive, Joel D. Aberbach and Bert A. Rockman Reviewed by Stephen J. Wayne
At the Margins: Presidential Leadership of Congress, George C. Edwards III Reviewed by Stephen J. Waynemore by this author
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