1 edition of The White House vice presidency found in the catalog.
The White House vice presidency
Joel K. Goldstein
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (pages 395-408) and index.
|Statement||Joel K. Goldstein|
|LC Classifications||E176.49 .G65 2016|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 427 pages|
|Number of Pages||427|
|LC Control Number||2015035632|
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With the consent of President Carter, Mondale moved the office for the first time to the center of the White House, taking on a role in appointment decisions, policy, and on-going work of the From New Books Network: Since the vice presidential choices have been made, it is time for a big book about the vice presidency/5.
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“In The White House Vice Presidency, Joel K. Goldstein writes brilliantly of the evolution of the vice presidency from an office of obscurity and derision to one of enormous influence.
This book will be essential reading for future presidents and vice presidents as well as those who care about how our government really works; it will be seen by scholars as the definitive work on ‘The Modern Vice Presidency.
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