The Bush Presidency: First Appraisals

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Notes
1.
8-11 February 1990.
2.
David R. Mayhew, Congress. The Electoral Connection (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1974), 70-71.
3.
The 1980 election and perceptions of mandates in general are discussed in George C. Edwards III, At the Margins (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1989), chap. 8.
4.
George C. Edwards III, Presidential Approval ( Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990), 123-25.
5.
See ibid., chaps 1-3.
6.
Larry Hugick, Bush Rates High on Eastern Europe, 'Nice Guy' Image; "Lower on Economy and Other Domestic Issues", Gallup Report, November 1989, 5.
7.
Interview with Richard Wirthlin, Princeton, New Jersey, 4 April 1987.
8.
Edwards, Presidential Approva4131-32.
9.
George C. Edwards III, The Public Presidency ( New York: St. Martin's Press, 1983), 239, 243.
10.
George E. Marcus, "The Structure of Emotional Response: 1984 Presidential Candidates", American Political Science Review 82 ( September 1988): 737-62; Ar thur H. Miller , Martin P. Wattenberg, and Oksana Malanchuk, "Schematic Assessments of Presidential Candidates", American Political Science Review 80 ( June 1986): 521-40; David P. Glass, "Evaluating Presidential Candidates: Who Focuses on Their Personal Attributes?" Public Opinion Quarterly 49 (Winter 1985): 517-34.
11.
For a review of the literature on this issue, see Edwards, Public Presidency, chap. 4.
12.
Shanto Iyengar, "Television News and Citizens' Explanations of National Affairs", American Political Science Review 81 ( September 1987): 815-31.
13.
Shanto Iyengar, Mark D. Peters, and Donald R. Kinder, "Experimental Demonstrations of the 'Not-So-Minimal' Consequences of Television News Programs", American Political Science Review 76 ( December 1982): 848-58.
14.
Jon A. Krosnick and Donald R. Kinder, "Altering the Foundations of Support for the President through Priming", American Political Science Review 84 ( June 1990): 497-512.
15.
Poll by Market Opinion Research, a Republican firm, cited by Michael Oreskcs , "Bush Regains Record Rating in Crisis", New York Times, 22 August 1990, A10.
16.
See, for example, George Gallup, Jr., and Frank Newport, "Bush Approval Down, Especially among Blacks", Gallup Poll Monthly, July 1990, 2-9.
17.
Michacl R. Kagay, "In Poll, Both Bush and Congress Faulted for Crisis", New York Times, 9 October 1990, A11.
18.
Michael Oreskes, "Poll Finds Americans Divided on Sanctions or Force in Gulf", New York Times, 14 December 1990, A1, As.
19.
See, for example, the Gallup poll of 15-18 November 1990.
20.
See, for example, Jon Hurwitz and Mark Peffley, "The Means and Ends ofForeign Policy as Determinants of Presidential Support",

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1 - The Leadership Style of George Bush 1
  • Notes 33
  • 2 - Meeting Low Expectations: Strategy and Prospects of the Bush Presidency 37
  • Notes 65
  • 3 - Domestic Policy: Divided Government and Cooperative Presidential Leadership 69
  • Notes 89
  • 4 - Bush and the Post-Cold-War World: New Challenges for American Leadership 93
  • Notes 124
  • 5 - George Bush and the Public Presidency: the Politics of Inclusion 129
  • Notes 151
  • 6 - Governing Unheroically (and Sometimes Unappetizingly): Bush and the 101st Congress 155
  • Notes 183
  • 7 - The White House and Presidency Under the "Let's Deal" President 185
  • Notes 217
  • 8 - The President and the Executive Branch 223
  • Notes 244
  • 9 - Good Government and the Politics of High Exposure 249
  • Notes 283
  • 10 - Conclusion 287
  • Notes 295
  • Index 297
  • About the Authors 307
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