Table of contents for The presidential agenda : sources of executive influence in Congress / Roger T. Larocca.

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Contents
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Part I: The Theoretical Problem of Presidential Agenda Setting in Congress
Chapter 1	An Informational Theory of Presidential Agenda Setting
Chapter 2	Game Theory and Presidential Agenda Setting
Chapter 3	Public Addresses and the Legislative Programming Process
Chapter 4	Draft Bills and the Legislative Clearance Process
Part II: An Empirical Study of Presidential Agenda Setting in Congress
Chapter 5	Redefining Congressional Agenda Setting
Chapter 6	Presidential Agenda Setting in the House
Chapter 7	Presidential Agenda Setting in the Senate
Chapter 8	Information and Presidential Agenda Setting
Appendixes:
A. Proof of Legislative Programming Equilibrium
B. Proof of Legislative Clearance Equilibrium from Chapter 4
C. Tables of Comparative Characteristics of House and Senate Committees
D. The Linear Probability Model with Dichotomous Independent Variables
E. Indirect and Total Effects in Path Analysis
F. Tables of Regression Coefficients for Direct Effects on House Agenda
G. Tables of Regression Coefficients for Direct Effects on Senate Agenda
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Presidents -- United States.
Political leadership -- United States.
Political planning -- United States.
Executive power -- United States.