The President as Chief Administrator: James Landis and the Brownlow Report
Donald R. Brand examines the relationship between the Brownlow Report and James Landis’s The Administrative Process. He argues that both of the interlocutors in this implicit debate have valuable insights, but that both are ultimately insufficient because they are not attentive to the constitutional and political context of administration.
Designs within Disorder: Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Economists, and the Shaping of American Economic Policy, 1933-1945, William J. Barber Reviewed by Donald R. Brand
Icons of Democracy: American Leaders as Heroes, Aristocrats, Dissenters, and Democrats, Bruce Miroff ; The President and the Parties: The Transformation of the American Party System since the New Deal, Sidney M. Milkis ; The Politics Presidents Make: Leadership from John Adams to George Bush, Stephen Skowronek Reviewed by Donald R. Brand
The Rise and Fall of the New Deal Order, 1930-1980, Steve Fraser and Gary Gerstle Reviewed by Donald R. Brand
Corporatism, the NRA, and the Oil Industry, Donald R. Brand
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