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Pushing The Agenda By Beckmann, Matthew N.
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    Category Type
    Law
    ISBN
    9780521162913
    Item EAN
    2724447791557
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    Author
    Beckmann, Matthew N.
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    Publisher
    Cambridge University Press
    Category Type
    Law
    ISBN
    9780521162913
    Item EAN
    2724447791557
    People
    Author
    Beckmann, Matthew N.
    People
    Publisher
    Cambridge University Press
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    Paperback
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    English
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    Today s presidents enter office having campaigned on an ambitious policy agenda, eager to see it enacted, and willing to push so that it is. The central question of presidents legislative leadership, therefore, is not a question of resolve; it is a question of strategy: by what means can presidents

    Today s presidents enter office having campaigned on an ambitious policy agenda, eager to see it enacted, and willing to push so that it is. The central question of presidents legislative leadership, therefore, is not a question of resolve; it is a question of strategy: by what means can presidents build winning coalitions for their agenda? Pushing the Agenda uncovers the answer. It reveals the systematic strategies presidents employ to influence Congress and the conditions that determine when those strategies work or don t. Drawing on an eclectic array of original evidence spanning presidents from Dwight Eisenhower to George W. Bush Matthew N. Beckmann finds modern presidents influence in Congress is real, often substantial, and, to date, largely underestimated."

    • Book Name:Pushing the Agenda
    • Auother :Beckmann, Matthew N.
    • Publisher :Cambridge University Press
    • ISBN :9780521162913
    • Book Type :Global Politics
 

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