Presidents and the Congressional War Resolutions of 1991 and 2002
Gary R. Hess compares the leadership of Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush in dealing with the issue of congressional war authorization resolutions in 1991 and 2002. He finds that Bush II operated from a much stronger political position reminiscent of the ‘‘imperial presidency’’—partially the result of a weakened Democratic Party in Congress.
The Iranian Crisis of 1945-46 and the Cold War, Gary R. Hess
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Strengths and Weaknesses in U.S. Elections
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