Taking the Measure: The Presidency of George W. Bush

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Index
abortion, public opinion survey, 144
absolute immunity claim, in attorneys removal conflict, 42–43
Adlephia Communications, 106
adoption, public opinion survey, 144
advantaged category, policy treatments, 142
affirmative action, 121, 124, 125
Afghanistan, 64, 74, 77, 83, 85, 89
African American vote, 121, 152–53. See also civil rights policies; Katrina disaster
African Growth and Opportunity Act, 107
agency decision-making, executive privilege claims, 38–41
agency utilization lesson, 155
agricultural subsidies, 99
AIDS initiative, Africa, 60
AIG (American International Group), 111
Alabama, immigration legislation, 138
alarmist mindset, 82–83, 84–86
al-Samarrai, Wafiq, 63
American Dream Down Payment Fund, 127
American International Group (AIG), 111
American National Election Studies (ANES), 24, 29, 30
“Anatomy of Failure” (Mitchell and Massoud), 75
appointments lesson, governance power, 155–56
Appropriations Committee, Senate, 47, 48
Arab Spring, 67, 87, 90
Arizona, immigration legislation, 138
Arizona v. United States, 138
Ashcroft, John, 81
attorney general actions, executive privilege claims, 39–41, 43–45
attorneys firing case, executive privilege claims, 42–43, 45, 158
Australia, free-trade agreement, 107–108
automatic stabilizers, economic policy, 105
automobile industry, 114
Badie, Dina, 82–83
Bahrain, free-trade agreement, 108
bailout strategies, 102, 113–14
Baker, James, 84
Bank of America, 111
Barone, Michael, 115
Bates, John D., 43
Bay of Pigs, 83
Bear Stearns Corporation, 111
Berggen, Jason, 78
Bernanke, Ben S., 101, 102, 110–11, 112
Biden, Joe, 89
bioterrorism czar, 49
bird flue czar, 49
Black, Amy E., 53
black vote, 121, 152–53. See also civil rights policies; Katrina disaster
Blair-Rockefeller Roll (2010), 143–46
Blitzer, Wolf, 119
Blueprint for a Modernized Financial Regulatory Reform, 113
Bolten, Joshua, 42–43, 99–101, 102, 104
Border Protection, Anti-terrorism, and Illegal Immigration Control Act (2005), 137
Bork, Robert, 124
bounded rationality paradigm, 73
Bremer, Paul “Jerry,” 66, 78, 81–82
Brinkley, Douglas, 56
Brookings Institution, 129
Brown, Michael, 49
Buchanan, James, 103
budget proposals, Bush’s, 103, 113
Burden, Barry C.: biographical highlights, 162; chapter by, 21–35; comments on, 153
bureaucratic infighting. See foreign policy decision-making
Burke, John, 80
Bush, Barbara, 132
Bush, George H. W., 61, 88, 115, 124, 160

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