Vice-Presidential Influence under Rockefeller and Mondale
Paul Light analyzes the influence of two recent American vice-presidents, Nelson Rockefeller and Walter Mondale. Light concludes that the influence of a vice-president rests on a combination of internal White House resources, opportunities for lobbying and persuasion, and strategies for maximizing those resources and opportunities.
Domestic Policy Formation: Presidential-Congressional Partnership?, Steven A. Schull Reviewed by Paul Light
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