Negotiating Unilateralism in the Executive Branch: A Review Essay
Diane J. Heith reviews By Executive Order: Bureaucratic Management and the Limits of Presidential Power by Andrew Rudalevige. She finds that Rudalevige’s exhaustive dive into newly discovered archival documents presents opportunities for revisioning executive order formation, from its traditional top-down formulation. However, she questions the time bound nature of the conclusions drawn for influencing unilateral behavior in a polarized environment.
Presidential Power: Theories and Dilemmas, John P. Burke Reviewed by Diane J. Heith
Presidents and the People: The Partisan Story of Going Public, Mel Laracey Reviewed by Diane J. Heith
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