Table of contents for Celebrity-in-chief : how show business took over the White House / by Alan Schroeder.


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Introduction: The Show Biz Presidency
Chapter 1
Gilt By Association: How Entertainers Are Good for Presidents
Chapter 2
Attack of the Cat Woman: How Entertainers Are Bad for Presidents
Chapter 3
Hope Springs Eternal: How Presidents Are Good for Entertainers
Chapter 4
Glad to Be Unhappy: How Presidents Are Bad for Entertainers
Chapter 5
Running Time: Entertainers on the Campaign Trail
Chapter 6
America's Toughest Gig: Performing for the President
Chapter 7
Groupies, Aficionados, and Philistines: Presidents as Fans
Chapter 8
"Happy Birthday, Mr. President": Show Business Friends and Lovers
Chapter 9
Secrets of the Stars: Entertainers as Professional Associates
Chapter 10
Leading Ladies, Supporting Cast: First Families in the Show Biz Presidency
Chapter 11
Is Everybody Happy?: Presidents as Entertainers
Chapter 12
"I'm Gerald Ford, and You're Not": Presidents as Entertainment
Conclusion: The Common Vocabulary of Presidents and Entertainers
Bibliography
Notes
Acknowledgements
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Presidents United States History 20th century, Public relations and politics United States History 20th century, Political culture United States History 20th century, United States Politics and government 20th century, Celebrities United States History 20th century, Entertainers United States History 20th century, Performing arts Political aspects United States History 20th century, Popular culture Political aspects United States History 20th century, Political culture Washington (D, C, ) History 20th century, Washington (D, C, ) Social life and customs 20th century