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Impeachment President and Congress The President President's Job, Part I President's Job, Part II President's Cabinet President Has Fun

 
The President's Cabinet

The President's Cabinet and How It Grew
by Nancy Winslow Parker

Smart About the Presidents (Smart About History)
by Jon Buller, Susan Schade, and Jill Weber

Madam President
by Lane Smith

Don't Know Much About the Presidents
by Kenneth C. Davis and Pedro Martin

If I Were President
by Catherine Stier and Dyanne Disalvo-Ryan

The President's Work: A Look at the Executive Branch (How Government Works)
by Elaine Landau

The Cabinet of the President of the United States
by James A Eichner

Government By the People
by Bentley Boyd

Locked in the Cabinet.(Review): An article from: Presidential Studies Quarterly
by Maureen A. Walsh

Executive branch: The top job has grown so complex that CEOs practically need a presidential cabinet to stay informed and on their toes. (Management).(Chief ... An article from: Chief Executive (U.S.)
by Jennifer Pellet

Presidential Cabinet making: Lessons for the political system (A Poynter essay)
by Nelson W Polsby

Cabinets of the presidents and the speakers of the House of representatives, presidential electoral votes by states, 1900-1916: Special notes on the presidents
by Ernest Fletcher Clymer

The polls: cabinet member and presidential approval.: An article from: Presidential Studies Quarterly
by Costas Panagopoulos

Powersharing: White House-Cabinet Relations in the Modern Presidency.: An article from: Presidential Studies Quarterly
by Jeffrey E. Cohen

From George W. to George W.: The Presidents and their Cabinets
by Brian Merrill

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