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Contents Preface ix Contributors xv 1 Introduction: The President and the Public Revisited 1 Doris A. Graber I The Challenge of Public Perception 2 Celebrity-in-Chief: The President as a Pop Culture Icon 19 Michael A. Genovese 3 Party Labels in Presidential Acceptance Addresses: 1948-2000 41 Sharon E. Jarvis and Emily Balanoff Jones 4 What Gets Covered? How Media Coverage of Elite Debate Drives 71 the Rally-'Round-the-Flag Phenomenon: 1979-1998 Matthew A. Baum and Tim Groeling II The Challenge of Policy Management 5 The White House Public Opinion Apparatus Meets the Anti-Polling 107 President Diane J. Heith 6 Presidential Leverage and the Presidential Agenda: 1967-1996 125 Daniel E. Ponder 7 Second Term Presidents: Free Birds or Lame Ducks? 161 William Cunion III The Challenge of Presentation 8 Presidential Ideology and the Public Mood: 1956-1994 201 Jeffrey E. Cohen and John A. Hamman 9 The Rose Garden Strategy Revisited: How Presidents Use Public 234 Activities Lori Cox Han 10 Doing Diversity Across the Partisan Divide: George H.W. Bush, 254 Bill Clinton, and the American National Identity Mary E. Stuckey 11 A President Transformed: Bush's Pre and Post-9/11 Rhetoric 295 and Image Jeremy D. Mayer and Mark J. Rozell IV The Challenge After the White House 12 Life After the White House: The Public Post-Presidency and the 321 Development of Presidential Legacies Lori Cox Han and Matthew J. Krov 13 Not Going Public: George W. Bush and the Presidential Records Act 363 Nancy Kassop Index iii vii
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Presidents -- United States -- Public opinion.
Political leadership -- United States.
Political planning -- United States.
Executive power -- United States.