Table of contents for The unitary executive : presidential power from Washington to Bush / Steven G. Calabresi and Christopher S. Yoo.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	000
Part I. An Introduction to the Unitary Executive Debate	000
The Oldest Debate in Constitutional Law and Why It Still Matters Today	000
The Modern Debate	000
Why Presidential Views of the Scope of Presidential Power Matter	000
The Preratification Origins of the Unitary Executive Debate and the Decision of 1789	000
Part II. The Unitary Executive During the Early Years of the Republic, 1787¿1837	000
 Chapter 1. George Washington	000
 Chapter 2. John Adams	000
 Chapter 3. Thomas Jefferson	000
 Chapter 4. James Madison	000
 Chapter 5. James Monroe	000
 Chapter 6. John Quincy Adams	000
 Chapter 7. Andrew Jackson	000
Case Study 1. Jackson¿s Battle with the Bank and the Removal of Treasury Secretary Duane	000
Part III. The Unitary Executive During the Jacksonian Period, 1837¿1861	000
 Chapter 8. Martin Van Buren	000
 Chapter 9. William Henry Harrison	000
 Chapter 10. John Tyler	000
 Chapter 11. James K. Polk	000
 Chapter 12. Zachary Taylor	000
 Chapter 13. Millard Fillmore	000
 Chapter 14. Franklin Pierce	000
 Chapter 15. James Buchanan	000
Part IV. The Unitary Executive During the Civil War, 1861¿1869	000
 Chapter 16. Abraham Lincoln	000
 Chapter 17. Andrew Johnson	000
 Case Study 2. The Tenure of Office Act and the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson	000
Part V. The Unitary Executive During the Gilded Age, 1869¿1889	000
 Chapter 18. Ulysses S. Grant	000
 Chapter 19. Rutherford B. Hayes	000
 Chapter 20. James A. Garfield	000
 Chapter 21. Chester A. Arthur	000
 Chapter 22. Grover Cleveland¿s First Term	000
Part VI. The Unitary Executive During the Rise of the Administrative State, 1889¿1945	000
 Chapter 23. Benjamin Harrison	000
 Chapter 24. Grover Cleveland¿s Second Term	000
 Chapter 25. William McKinley	000
 Chapter 26. Theodore Roosevelt	000
 Chapter 27. William H. Taft	000
 Chapter 28. Woodrow Wilson	000
 Chapter 29. Warren G. Harding	000
 Chapter 30. Calvin Coolidge	000
 Chapter 31. Herbert Hoover	000
 Chapter 32. Franklin Delano Roosevelt	000
 Case Study 3. The Brownlow Committee and the Reorganization Act of 1939	000
Part VII. The Unitary Executive During the Modern Era, 1945¿2007	000
 Chapter 33. Harry S Truman	000
 Chapter 34. Dwight D. Eisenhower	000
 Chapter 35. John F. Kennedy	000
 Chapter 36. Lyndon B. Johnson	000
 Chapter 37. Richard M. Nixon	000
 Chapter 38. Gerald R. Ford	000
 Chapter 39. Jimmy Carter	000
 Chapter 40. Ronald Reagan	000
 Chapter 41. George H. W. Bush	000
 Chapter 42. Bill Clinton	000
Case Study 4. The Clinton Impeachment and the Fall of the Ethics in Government Act	000
 Chapter 43. George W. Bush	000
Part VIII. Conclusion	000
Notes	000
Bibliographic Note	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Executive power -- United States -- History.
Presidents -- United States -- History.
United States -- Politics and government -- History.