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For undergraduate and graduate courses on the Presidency, Congress, American Political Development, and Introduction to American Politics. Boasting a timely collection of essays that helps students reflect upon George W. Bush's use of constitutional and extra-constitutional power following the terrorist attacks of 9/11, this book assesses the impact of the war on terrorism on governing relations and the public in a broad scope. With articles written by some of the foremost scholars of the Presidency and Congress, the essays compare the unique context of the war on terrorism with established theories of presidential politics.
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Richard S. Conley is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at University of Florida
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