The Limits of White House Image Control
Mark J. Rozell examines the Ford presidency press strategy with respect to its ability to mold a favorable presidential image. Interviews with White House communications advisers reveal the limitations that events such as the Nixon pardon and terHorst resignation had on the successful implementation of this strategy.
An Outsider in the White House: Jimmy Carter, His Advisors, and the Making of American Foreign Policy, Betty Glad Reviewed by Mark J. Rozell
Governor Reagan: His Rise to Power, Lou Cannon Reviewed by Mark J. Rozell
Second Coming: The Strategies of the New Christian Right, Mark J. Rozell and Clyde Wilcox
President Carter and the Press: Perspectives from White House Communications Advisers, Mark J. Rozell
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