The Resource Passages to the presidency : from campaigning to governing, Charles O. Jones, (eBook)

Passages to the presidency : from campaigning to governing, Charles O. Jones, (eBook)

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Passages to the presidency : from campaigning to governing
Title
Passages to the presidency
Title remainder
from campaigning to governing
Statement of responsibility
Charles O. Jones
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This book considers the critical ten weeks of presidential transition for the most recent party changes in the White House - Nixon in 1968, Carter in 1976, Reagan in 1980, and Clinton in 1992 - and signals a pivotal change for the future. Drawing primarily on interviews with White House, campaign, and transition aides, as well as seasoned observers of Washington politics and experienced reporters, Charles O. Jones identifies the conventional expectations for an effective transition in regard to dismantling the campaign; preelection planning; creating a temporary structure; role and readiness of the president-elect; timing and quality of appointments; sequence of decisions; connecting with the bureaucracy, Congress, and the international community; establishing a theme; and relating to the press
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unknown
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Jones, Charles O
Dewey number
324.6/3/0973
Series statement
eBooks from EBSCOhost
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  • Presidents
  • Presidential candidates
  • United States
  • United States
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • Electronic books
Label
Passages to the presidency : from campaigning to governing, Charles O. Jones, (eBook)
Link
https://www.austinlibrary.com:8443/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=4964
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Publication
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  • Mode of access: World Wide Web
  • Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Four Presidents
  • Signals along the Way
  • Beyond the Campaign Psychology
  • Campaigning Is Not Governing
  • Lessons from the Campaign for Governing
  • The Matter of a Theme
  • Preelection Transition Planning
  • Preparing to Govern
  • The Agenda
  • The Preferred Sequence
  • Transitions and Democracy
  • The Practice: Four Cases
  • The Role of the President-Elect
  • Making Appointments
  • Choosing from among Campaign Aides
  • A Public Presence
  • The Transition and Congress
  • Transition Teams
  • The Press and the Transition
  • Inside the Window Looking Out: Transition Aides
  • Outside the Window Looking In: Press Perspectives
  • Changing Transitions
  • "The Biggest Mistake" and Other Lessons
  • A Biggest Mistake?
  • Importance of the Transition for Governing
  • Realities of the Conventional Transition
  • The Clinton Case: Preparing to Govern by Campaigning
  • From Campaigning to Governing
  • Lame-Duck Presidents and Congresses, 1940-94
  • Characteristics of Originated Presidencies, 1896-1992
  • Characteristics of Regenerated Presidencies, 1896-1992
  • Characteristics of Received Presidencies, 1896-1992
  • Thinking about Transitions
  • Transition Period Press Conferences and Appearances of Presidents-Elect Nixon, Carter, Reagan, and Clinton
  • A Leisurely Pace
  • Budgeting for Transitional Government
  • Variations in Transitions
  • Transitions in a Separated System
  • Future Presidents as Candidates
Control code
tsl-ebsco07926
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 224 p.)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)42330202
Label
Passages to the presidency : from campaigning to governing, Charles O. Jones, (eBook)
Link
https://www.austinlibrary.com:8443/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=4964
Publication
Note
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web
  • Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Four Presidents
  • Signals along the Way
  • Beyond the Campaign Psychology
  • Campaigning Is Not Governing
  • Lessons from the Campaign for Governing
  • The Matter of a Theme
  • Preelection Transition Planning
  • Preparing to Govern
  • The Agenda
  • The Preferred Sequence
  • Transitions and Democracy
  • The Practice: Four Cases
  • The Role of the President-Elect
  • Making Appointments
  • Choosing from among Campaign Aides
  • A Public Presence
  • The Transition and Congress
  • Transition Teams
  • The Press and the Transition
  • Inside the Window Looking Out: Transition Aides
  • Outside the Window Looking In: Press Perspectives
  • Changing Transitions
  • "The Biggest Mistake" and Other Lessons
  • A Biggest Mistake?
  • Importance of the Transition for Governing
  • Realities of the Conventional Transition
  • The Clinton Case: Preparing to Govern by Campaigning
  • From Campaigning to Governing
  • Lame-Duck Presidents and Congresses, 1940-94
  • Characteristics of Originated Presidencies, 1896-1992
  • Characteristics of Regenerated Presidencies, 1896-1992
  • Characteristics of Received Presidencies, 1896-1992
  • Thinking about Transitions
  • Transition Period Press Conferences and Appearances of Presidents-Elect Nixon, Carter, Reagan, and Clinton
  • A Leisurely Pace
  • Budgeting for Transitional Government
  • Variations in Transitions
  • Transitions in a Separated System
  • Future Presidents as Candidates
Control code
tsl-ebsco07926
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 224 p.)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)42330202

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