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The President's Legislative Policy Agenda, 1789-2002 ebook

by Jeffrey E. Cohen


Jeffrey E. Cohen's new book The President's Legislative Policy Agenda, 1789-2002 is a remarkable achievement that addresses this critical question in a systematic fashion spanning the entire history of the presidency.

Jeffrey E. In reading Cohen's book, scholars will learn about how circumstances tend to guide the way in which presidents build their legislative agendas and shape their policy successes. The book will be widely read and should spawn a host of new work on the topic. Jeffrey S. Peake, Clemson University, Congress and the Presidency. Cohen asks why US presidents send to Congress the legislative proposals that they do and what . Cohen asks why US presidents send to Congress the legislative proposals that they do and what Congress does with those proposals. His study covers nearly the entire history of the presidency, from 1789 to 2002. The long historical scope allows Cohen to engage competing perspectives on how the presidency has developed over time. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Request PDF On Mar 1, 2014, Andrew E. Busch and others published The President's Legislative Policy Agenda, 1789–2002 by. . Busch and others published The President's Legislative Policy Agenda, 1789–2002 by Jeffrey E. Cohen. New York, Cambridge University Press, 2012.

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Debate exists over whether presidents are sincere or strategic in submitting their legislative proposals to Congress . Using data on presidential proposals from 1789-2002, analysis demonstrates support for both strategic hypotheses.

Debate exists over whether presidents are sincere or strategic in submitting their legislative proposals to Congress and the implications of strategic versus s. Part two of the paper tests for the impact of strategic proposing on success with Congress. That analysis finds that the effect of divided government declines by about one-half after controlling for strategic presidential behavior, an effect consistent with the strategic proposing model.

In The Presidents Legislative Policy Agenda, Jeffrey Cohen illustrates how a strategic president considers the congressional context in determining his legislative pursuits. Cohen uses congressional anticipations theory to answer a central question: "why do 'divided government' and 'modern' presidents seem to allow themselves to be defeated so often in Congress?" (p. 48). Cohen quite convincingly offers the answer. Presidents consider context in deciding the likelihood of legislative success/defeat, and they adjust the legislative agenda accordingly

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The President's Legislative Policy Agenda, 1789–2002. Public opinion interest groups and public policy making. Newbury Park California Sage Publications 1993. Politics and economic policy in the United States. Houghton Mifflin Company, 2000.

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Jeffrey E. Cohen asks why U.S. presidents send to Congress the legislative proposals that they do and what Congress does with those proposals. His study covers nearly the entire history of the presidency, from 1789 to 2002. The long historical scope allows Cohen to engage competing perspectives on how the presidency has developed over time. He asks what accounts for the short- and long-term trends in presidential requests to Congress, what substantive policies and issues recommendations are concerned with, and what factors affect the presidential decision to submit a recommendation on a particular issue. The President's Legislative Policy Agenda, 1789-2002 argues that presidents often anticipate the Congressional reaction to their legislative proposals and modify their agendas accordingly.
The President's Legislative Policy Agenda, 1789-2002 ebook
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Jeffrey E. Cohen
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Politics & Government
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Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (September 10, 2012)
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