The President's Cabinet: An Analysis in the Period from Wilson to Eisenhower

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Harvard Political Studies
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CONSTITUTION AND GOVERNMENT OF MASSACHUSETTS.

By Louis Adams Frothingham.

THE POLITICAL WORKS OF JAMES I.

Edited by Charles Howard McIlwain.

POLITICA METHODICE DIGESTA OF JOHANNES ALTHUSIUS. Edited by CarL Joachim Friedrich .
MUNICIPAL CHARTERS. By Nathan Matthews .
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. By Walim Bennett Munro.
TOWN GOVERNMENT IN MASSACHUSETTS, 1630-1930. By John F. Sly.
INTERSTATE TRANSMISSION OF ELECTRIC POWER. By Hugh Elsbree Langdon.
AMERICAN INTEPRETATIONS OF NATURAL LAW. By Benjamin Fletcher Wright. Jr.
SANCTIONS AND TREATY ENFORCEMENT.

By Payson Sibley Wild Jr.

FOREIGN RELATIONS IN BRITISH LABOUR POLITICS. By William Percy Maddox
ADMINISTRATION OF THE CIVIL SERVICE IN MASSACHUSETTS. By George C. S. Benson .
INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM AND THE WORLD WAR. By Merle Fainsod.
THE PRESIDENT'S CONTROL OF THE TARIFF. By John Day Larkin.
FEDERAL COMMISSIONERS. By E. Pendleton Herring .
GOVERNMENT PROPRIETARY CORPORATIONS IN THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES. By John Thursion.
THE PHYSIOCRATIC DOCTRINE OF JUDICIAL CONTROL. By Mario Einaudi...
THE FAILURE OF CONSTITUTIONAL EMERGENCY POWERS UNDER THE GERMAN REPUBLIC. By Frederick Mundell Watkins .
THE TREASURY AND MONETARY POLICY, 1933-1938. By C. Griffith Johnson Jr.
THE ART AND TECHNIQUE OF ADMINISTRATION IN GERMAN MINISTRIES. By Arnold Brecht and Comstock Glaser.
THE POLITICAL LIFE OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. By Oliver Garceau .
NAZI CONQUEST THROUGH GERMAN CULTURE. By Ralph F. Bischoff.
THE REGULATION OF REILROAD ABANDONMENTS. By Charles R. Cherington.
THE CITY OF REASON. By Samuel H. Beer.
PRESIDENTIAL AGENCY: THE OFFICE OF WAR MOBILIZATION AND RECONVERSION. By Herman Miles Somers.
PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF ENGLISH SOCIALISM. By Adam B. Ulam.
THE LABOR PROBLEM IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE. By Morton Robert Godine.
MUDDY WATERS: THE ARMY ENGINEERS AND THE NATION'S RIVERS. By Arthur Maass .
AMERICAN CONSERVATISM IN THE AGE OF ENTERPRISE. By Robert Green McCloskey .
NATIONAL MINORITIES: AN INTERNATIONAL PROBLEM. By Inis L. Claude Jr.
THE POLITICS OF DISTRIBUTION. By Joseph Cornwall Palamountain Jr.
THE POLITICS OF GERMAN CODETERMINATION. By Herbert J. Spiro.
THE ENGLISH HEALTH SERVICE. By Harry Eckstein .
THE PRESIDENT'S CABINET: AN ANALYSIS FROM WILSON TO EISENHOWER. By Richard F. Fenno Jr.

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The President's Cabinet: An Analysis in the Period from Wilson to Eisenhower
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Harvard Political Studies i
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Contents xi
  • Introduction 3
  • Chapter One The Cabinet in Perspective 9
  • Chapter Two The Appointment Process 51
  • Chapter Three - The Cabinet Meeting: 1 88
  • Chapter Four - The Cabinet Meeting: II 131
  • Chapter Five - The Cabinet and Politics: I 157
  • Chapter Six - The Cabinet and Politics: II 196
  • Chapter Seven - The Cabinet and Reform 250
  • Notes 273
  • Index 313
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