Table of contents for In the public domain : presidents and the challenges of public leadership / edited by Lori Cox Han and Diane J. Heith.

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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
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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.