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In a wide-ranging essay, Professor Marc Landy explores the significance of George W. Bushs emergence as the Republican Party presidential nominee in 2000. Describing Bush as the candidate who could bridge the two major wings of the GOP, Landy shows how the insurgency of the Bull Moose McCain...
Jack R. Binns, retired United States Ambassador, evaluates Bushs foreign policy across the major regions, citing critical missteps in each case with the important exception of building ties with Russia. He also contrasts the Bush II presidency with that of Bush I, noting significant...
The following remarks about the presidential election in 2000 are from a lecture delivered by Professor Polsby at the Ecole Normale Superiere in Cachan, France. Polsby explains to his French audience the unusual circumstances of the recent election, noting how the dispute in Florida resulted, in...
Presidential scholar, Fred I. Greenstein, presents a comparison of the pre- and post-9/11 political leadership style of George W. Bush, bringing up to date an assessment of Bushs strengths and weaknesses from his book, The Presidential Difference: Leadership Style from FDR to Clinton. After...
Professor Richard Brody explains the dynamics of public opinion about President George W. Bush during the so-called honeymoon phase and the period right before September 11. The Bush honeymoon period was short-lived relative to other presidents, with the presidents polls dropping once he...
The author assesses President Bushs foreign policy, suggesting that there are surprisingly few differences beneath the surface between the policies of the current administration and the Clinton presidency. He gives high marks to the Bush administration for its conduct of the war in Afghanistan,...
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