Table of contents for The executive branch / Joel D. Aberbach, Mark A. Peterson, editors.

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CONTENTS
	DIRECTORY OF CONTRIBUTORS 
	GENERAL INTRODUCTION:
	 XXXXXXXXXXXXX, Jaroslav Pelikan
INTRODUCTION:
Presidents and Bureaucrats: The Executive Branch and American Democracy, Joel D. Aberbach 
and Mark A. Peterson
Section I. The Historical and Comparative Context
1	The Evolution of the Presidency: Between the Promise and the Fear, Scott C. James
2 	The Evolution of National Bureaucracy in the United States, Daniel Carpenter 
3 	Giving Direction to Government in Comparative Perspective, Richard Rose 
Section II. Presidential Behavior and the Institutions of the Presidency
4	Presidential Elections and American Democracy, Stephen J. Wayne
5 	The Executive Office of the President: The Paradox of Politicization, Matthew J. Dickinson
6 Communicating from the White House: Presidential Narrowcasting and the National Interest, 
	Lawrence R. Jacobs
7 	The Person of the President, Leadership, and Greatness, Fred I. Greenstein
Section III. The People and Politics of the Executive Agencies
8	The Complex Organization of the Executive Branch: The Legacies of Competing Approaches to 
Administration, Colin Campbell 
9 	The Federal Public Service: The People and the Challenge, Patricia W. Ingraham
10	Caught in the Middle: The President, Congress, and the Political-Bureaucratic System, Barry R. Weingast
11	Reforming the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government, Donald F. Kettl
Section IV. The President, Executive Agencies, and the Institutions of Policy Making
12	Executive Power and Political Parties: The Dilemmas of Scale in American Democracy, Sidney M. Milkis
13	The Executive Branch and the Legislative Process, Andrew Rudalevige
14	The Courts, Jurisprudence, and the Executive Branch, R. Shep Melnick
15	Federalism and the Executive Branch, Thomas Gais and James Fossett
Section V. The Past and Future of the Executive Branch
16 Control and Accountability: Dilemmas of the Executive Branch, Joel D. Aberbach and Mark A. Peterson
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Executive departments -- United States.