Presidential Power: the Politics of Leadership

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Presidential Power: the Politics of Leadership

By Richard E. Neustadt
Wiley, 1960
224 pp. $5.95

In this book, which seems to be serving as a vade mecum for the present incumbent, Professor Neustadt, who uses the experience of the Truman and Eisenhower Administrations, undertakes to discover how the President actually gets things done in our political system.

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