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Papers On Presidential Studies (U.S.)
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Presidential Campaigns
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This 6 page paper considers whether the success of presidential campaigns can be best attributed to campaign contributions or to media coverage. This paper considers how each of these impacts the decisions made by voters and considers whether there are evidential issues that impact the influence of the media over the campaign contributions. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MHcampai.wps

Presidential Debates 2000: An Analysis of the Gore/Bush Debates
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A 5 page review of the issues touched on in the presidential debates between Al Gore and George W. Bush. Discusses the presentation styles and overall political philosophies of these two men, providing a particular emphasis on their proposals in regard to health care and gun control. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPpresDb.wps

Presidential Effectiveness: Leadership Skills and Qualifications or Environment?
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A 12 page contention that presidential effectiveness, and indeed the public perception of that effectiveness, is shaped not only by an individual president’s leadership skills but also by the world environment in which they serve and the policies which are put in place to deal with that environment. Provides examples from the Ronald Reagan and George Bush administration to justify that contention. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: PPpresLd.wps

Presidential Issues: If I Were President
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A 5 page paper which examines some of the presidential issues today and presents a hypothetical examination of how, as President of the United States, an individual would approach the issues from different perspectives. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: RApres.rtf

Presidential Pardons: What Should Be Allowed?
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A 5 page paper which discusses presidential pardons and which ones should, or should not, be allowed. The paper also discusses recent controversies concerning presidential pardons. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: RApresprdn.wps

Presidential Persuasion
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This 3 page paper focuses on the use of persuasion by presidents. Neustadt's ideas are discussed. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: SA811prs.rtf

Presidential Power: Enumerated, Inherent and Assumed
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A 5 page discussion of the varied types of power that are available to the President of the United States. This paper provides a background and examples of each. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPpresP2.rtf

Presidential Power: Too Little or Too Much?
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A 15 page outline of the many factors which affect presidential power. The author contends that the President has neither too much power no too little. Instead the power of the Presidential office revolves around the Constitutional framework which created and regulates it as well as other key political personnel and even the environment in which the President serves. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPpresPw.rtf

Presidential Reconstruction/Congressional Plans: 1865-1877
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3 pages in length. Defining the relationships that existed between and among government, politics, democracy and power in the mid-1800s was a task that drew its conclusion upon a very fine line. Indeed, while all four of these entities had something significant to do with one another, at the same time they each possessed their own particular arrangement within the wide and varied scheme of bureaucratic function. The writer discusses the elements that played an integral role in the modification of the presidential reconstruction. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCprez.doc

Presidential Responses To Domestic Economic Conflicts: Impact Upon Popularity
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16 pages in length. The primary objective of any presidency is not to make critical decisions based upon popular opinion, but rather to enact policy based upon the betterment of the nation as a whole, a task that is inherently marred with unpopular public opinion no matter how beneficial it may be. However, there is a fine line between disagreeing with a president's policy and opposing it to such a degree that it changes the foundation upon which that president is popular with his constituency. Two American presidents who experienced this ever-seesawing approval rating did so because of their respective approaches to domestic economic conflict; Hoover suffered the wrath of an angry public, while FDR basked in the glory of an adoring nation. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: TLCPresResp.rtf

Presidential Slogans and Campaigns
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7 pages. Presidential campaign slogans began with the election of Andrew Jackson in 1828 and his nickname 'Old Hickory.' While visual media did not create that campaign at the time, today we find that the media has more and more to do with the creation of certain slogans and images within presidential campaigns. Much like advertising, these slogans help keep an image in the public eye, and by bombarding us with this image over and over, it is hoped that we will become impacted by this image to the exclusion of all others. This type of advertising ploy is used in everything from products to political campaigns, but the emphasis in this paper is on the presidential campaigns, particularly those on campaigns since 1960. A comparison of several campaigns is included in this interesting outlook, as well as how a campaign slogan can oftentimes be the tiebreaker in the mind of a voter. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Presidents: Plus and Minus.
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(5 pp) Although our assignment said to write about the best and worst Presidents of the United States, it seemed that once someone finally did get elected, that they did have some qualities that would indicate, they were probably sharper than most pencils in the box, I am thinking about them in a plus and minus category. This would indicate that the minus president fell below, what was normal for the office and the positive president moved above what was "normal" for the office. Although some of the "measuring" has also been determined by what history has given each of these men as a political stage, or the events that occurred while they were in office, I tried to look for qualities that would show how they reacted to the events that they were given. Bibliography lists 1 source
Filename: Bbpres+-.doc

Presidents: Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson
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An 8 page paper which examines the two most effective Presidents from past Presidents Truman, Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy and Johnson. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: RApre4.rtf

Problems in the Oval Office
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5 pages. An interesting look at the problems faced by the President of the United States. Not only does the President have a myriad of daily problems to solve as well as world problems to solve, he also has to be careful of any type of public scandal or anything in his private life that could be construed as being unethical or immoral. Life as President of the United States is one of the most scrutinizing careers there could be. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: JGAoval.rtf

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This 3-page paper focuses on the relationship between Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings, and questions if the relationship was of forced sex or love. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MTjefhem.rtf

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A 5 page paper that discusses the book “Reagan,” by Lou Cannon. Cannon has written two books about former President Reagan, this being the first, written while Reagan was still in office. We examine how Cannon portrays Reagan, which is in a manner that illustrates a unique character that somehow existed in a fantasy world in many ways. He was a unique man and Cannon illustrates this in a very unbiased manner. Cannon merely presents the reader with the incidents and realities that involved this man while he was in office. A very enlightening book for anyone interested in looking at one of the most unique presidents of our time. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAreagan.wps

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