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The Resource The growth of Presidential power; : a documented history,, by William M. Goldsmith. With an introductory essay by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr

The growth of Presidential power; : a documented history,, by William M. Goldsmith. With an introductory essay by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr

Label
The growth of Presidential power; : a documented history,
Title
The growth of Presidential power;
Title remainder
a documented history,
Statement of responsibility
by William M. Goldsmith. With an introductory essay by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Goldsmith, William M
Dewey number
353.03/2
Index
index present
LC call number
  • JK511
  • S11
LC item number
  • .G64
  • G64
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Executive power
  • Presidents
  • Pouvoir exécutif
  • Présidents
  • Executive power
  • Presidents
  • United States
Label
The growth of Presidential power; : a documented history,, by William M. Goldsmith. With an introductory essay by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. The formative years.--v. 2. Decline and resurgence.--v. 3. Triumph and reappraisal
  • Vol. 1. The Formative Years -- Ch. 1. The Origins of Presidential Power -- Ch. 2. The President as Administrative Head of the Government -- Ch. 3. The President as Executive leader -- The President's Legislative Role -- Ch. 5. The President as Commander in Chief -- Ch. 6. The President and Foreign Policy -- Ch. 7. Limits of Presidential Power -- Vol. 2. Decline and Resurgence Ch. 1. The Whig Attack on the Presidency -- Ch. 2. The President as Wartime Leader -- Ch. 3. The Administrative Leader Besieged -- Ch. 4. Executive Problems -- Ch. 5. The President as World Leader -- Vol. 3. Triumph and Reappraisal -- Ch. 1. The Progressive Impact on the Presidency -- Ch. 2. Presidential Legislative Leadership -- Ch. 3. Administrative Power Recaptured -- Ch. 4. Executive Leadership -- Ch. 5. The President as World Leader in War and Peace -- Ch. 6. Limits of Presidential Power Reexamined -- Ch. 7. The Future of Presidential Power
  • v. 2. I. The Whig attack on the presidency : 1. The ambivalence of the concept of party in American history -- 2. The formative period -- 3. In search of victory -- 4. Issues, politicians and candidates : The campaign and election of 1840 ; The Whigs in power: the brief tenure of William Henry Harrison; John Tyler in office ; Presidential vetoes and a cabinet crisis -- II. The president as wartime leader : 1. The president as wartime leader -- 2. The war-making power : Tyler's secret "war diplomacy" ; Enter: John C. Calhoun ; The first dark horse candidate ; Deceit in high office ; Polk prepares for war ; The "peace offensive" ; Polk and Tyler's war begins ; Polk's critics -- 3. The retreat from power : Lincoln draws the line -- 4. Commander in chief of the armed forces : Polk sets the pattern for dynamic leadership ; Lincoln: patience, wisdom and strength --5. President prerogatives in time of "total war" : Lincoln establishes the pattern -- III. The administrative leader besieged :1. The appointive power recaptured : Cabinet appointments ; Rotation in office ; The struggle over the appointing power ; Tragedy and victory -- 2. The struggle over the removal power : Lincoln's reconstruction policies ; Johnson takes control ; The impeachment of Andrew Johnson ; The trial -- 3. Post-impeachment problems : The battle joined -- IV. Executive problems : 1.Executive problems -- 2. The president as strikebreaker -- 3. In re Neagle decision establishes a presidential prerogative -- 4. Grover Cleveland tests the limits of executive power -- 5. Theodore Roosevelt attacks the trusts -- 6. The president prevents a strike -- 7. The president as protector of national resources -- V. The president as world leader : 1. America world affairs
Control code
ocm00915884
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
3 volumes (xxvi, 2342 pages)
Isbn
9780835207782
Lccn
74009623
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780835207782
  • (OCoLC)00915884
Label
The growth of Presidential power; : a documented history,, by William M. Goldsmith. With an introductory essay by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. The formative years.--v. 2. Decline and resurgence.--v. 3. Triumph and reappraisal
  • Vol. 1. The Formative Years -- Ch. 1. The Origins of Presidential Power -- Ch. 2. The President as Administrative Head of the Government -- Ch. 3. The President as Executive leader -- The President's Legislative Role -- Ch. 5. The President as Commander in Chief -- Ch. 6. The President and Foreign Policy -- Ch. 7. Limits of Presidential Power -- Vol. 2. Decline and Resurgence Ch. 1. The Whig Attack on the Presidency -- Ch. 2. The President as Wartime Leader -- Ch. 3. The Administrative Leader Besieged -- Ch. 4. Executive Problems -- Ch. 5. The President as World Leader -- Vol. 3. Triumph and Reappraisal -- Ch. 1. The Progressive Impact on the Presidency -- Ch. 2. Presidential Legislative Leadership -- Ch. 3. Administrative Power Recaptured -- Ch. 4. Executive Leadership -- Ch. 5. The President as World Leader in War and Peace -- Ch. 6. Limits of Presidential Power Reexamined -- Ch. 7. The Future of Presidential Power
  • v. 2. I. The Whig attack on the presidency : 1. The ambivalence of the concept of party in American history -- 2. The formative period -- 3. In search of victory -- 4. Issues, politicians and candidates : The campaign and election of 1840 ; The Whigs in power: the brief tenure of William Henry Harrison; John Tyler in office ; Presidential vetoes and a cabinet crisis -- II. The president as wartime leader : 1. The president as wartime leader -- 2. The war-making power : Tyler's secret "war diplomacy" ; Enter: John C. Calhoun ; The first dark horse candidate ; Deceit in high office ; Polk prepares for war ; The "peace offensive" ; Polk and Tyler's war begins ; Polk's critics -- 3. The retreat from power : Lincoln draws the line -- 4. Commander in chief of the armed forces : Polk sets the pattern for dynamic leadership ; Lincoln: patience, wisdom and strength --5. President prerogatives in time of "total war" : Lincoln establishes the pattern -- III. The administrative leader besieged :1. The appointive power recaptured : Cabinet appointments ; Rotation in office ; The struggle over the appointing power ; Tragedy and victory -- 2. The struggle over the removal power : Lincoln's reconstruction policies ; Johnson takes control ; The impeachment of Andrew Johnson ; The trial -- 3. Post-impeachment problems : The battle joined -- IV. Executive problems : 1.Executive problems -- 2. The president as strikebreaker -- 3. In re Neagle decision establishes a presidential prerogative -- 4. Grover Cleveland tests the limits of executive power -- 5. Theodore Roosevelt attacks the trusts -- 6. The president prevents a strike -- 7. The president as protector of national resources -- V. The president as world leader : 1. America world affairs
Control code
ocm00915884
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
3 volumes (xxvi, 2342 pages)
Isbn
9780835207782
Lccn
74009623
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780835207782
  • (OCoLC)00915884

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