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

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NOTE. Material in the notes has not been indexed, except in cases where notes contain additional substantive material which the reader would not normally expect to find there. A large number of the notes not indexed contain extensive bibliographical references which might, in the absence of a bibliography, be consulted by the interested reader.
Acheson, Dean G. ( Secretary of State, 1949-1953) : 288; and H. Truman, 43, 49, 218, 214; and NSC, 150; and Congress, 200, 208, 213-214, 215, 304n48; and Cabinet reform, 261-262
Adams, Sen. Alva, 234
Adams, John Quincy, 256
Adams, Sherman, 96, 103, 148, 149, 154
Administration. See Departmental administration; Coordination, interdepartmental
Advice: presidential attitudes toward, 35-37; sounding board type of, 89, 112-113, 124-125, 128, 130, 155-156; specialized policy, type of, 89, 112-113, 142-143, 155; Cabinet and, 100, 104-107, 116-117. See also individual Presidents; President
Agriculture Department: 223, 232, 233; origins of, 24, 27; and F. Roosevelt, 62; policy, Cabinet discussion of, 107. See also individual Secretaries of Agriculture
American Bankers Association, 237
American Farm Bureau Federation, 73, 169, 231, 280n105
American Federation of Labor, 24, 74, 168, 227
American Livestock Association, 73
American Medical Association, 23, 276n54
Anderson, Clinton P. ( Secretary of Agriculture, 1945-1948), 61, 288, 294
Anderson, Robert B. ( Secretary of the Treasury, 1957- ), 288 Appleby, Paul, 142, 222
Appointment, of Cabinet: general discussion of, 51-53, 259-260; President's influence on, 15, 53- 58, 81-87; public attitudes toward, 51-53, 63-65, 82, 160-161, 166-167; predictions about, 52, 85-88; and the political system, 53, 84-87; finances as factor in, 59, 70, 284n29; incentives and drawbacks, 59-62; socio-economic factors in, 59, 62-63; 72-75, 80- 81, 86, 284n29, 286n70, 289n110, 298-299n26; unplanned nature of, 61-62; ideal qualifications for, 63- 67, 75, 82; political experience as qualification for, 64, 75-76, 79-80, 83-84, 193-194, 202, 205, 222- 223, 288 notes 102-104, 298n13; administrative experience as qualification for, 64, 75, 76-77, 83-84, 193, 222-223, 224-226, 288 notes 101-103; availability as criterion for, 67-77; balance as criterion for, 67-68, 77-81; party factors in, 68-70, 78, 79, 80, 81, 83; loyalty as factor in, 70-71; geography as factor in, 71-72, 78-79, 286n70, 288n100; personal acquaintance as factor in, 71, 77, 83-84, 288 notes 100-102; interest groups as factor in, 72-75; key states as factor in, 79; in-term appointment, 82-84, 288n100, 101, 102, 104

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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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