The Clinton Presidency: First Appraisals

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1.1 Presidents Are Not Created Equal17
1.2 Cases of the President's Party Experiencing a Net Loss of Seats, House and/or Senate, 1900-92.20
1.3 Sequence of Cabinet Secretarial and Major White House Appointments, Clinton Transition24
1.4 President Clinton's Postinaugural Travel: February 1993 through August 199431
1.5 Issue Topics for Appearances by President Clinton: February 1993 through August 199432
1.6 Approval and Disapproval Ratings for President Clinton, Quarterly Averages33
1.7 Major Legislation Enacted, Postwar Elected Presidents (first two years)41
4.1 Filling Vacancies on the Federal Bench: The First Year134
4.2 Number of Judicial Appointments from Eisenhower to Clinton136
4.3 A Profile of Presidential Appointees to the Federal Courts137
4.4 Distribution of judgeships on U.S. District Courts by Appointing President, as of 14 October 1994144
4.5 Distribution of judgeships on U.S. Courts of Appeals by Appointing President, as of 14 October 1994145
5.1 Presidential Appointments Confirmed by the Senate, First Year of Each Administration, Carter to Clinton171
8.1 Average Clinton Approval, 1993-94238
12.1 Gubernatorial Election Outcomes, 1994366
12.2 Trends in the Aggregate Structure of Incumbent Success in Congressional Elections, Selected Years, 1940-94368
12.3 The Historical Panorama: Incidence of d/sd Values of 3 and Over by Office, 1790/1834-1994377

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