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Policy Making in the Bush White House - Brookings Institution
Reuters/Yuri Gripas - U.S. President George W. Bush (2nd .... But it is effective in minimizing the chances of failure and ... analysis by the experts and professionals in the administration is to. Policy Making in the Bush White House. 2 ... In Eisenhower's words: ... the elements of informed decision making in the White House.

Why Presidents Fail And How They Can Succeed Again - Brookings
WHY PRESIDENTS FAIL. 2 try from the Great Depression, defeated Germany and Japan in World .... the White House, they bring their political teams with them.

Why Do Presidents Fail? - Acsu Buffalo
affair, Bush the elder's reversal on "read my lips, no new taxes," and the Clinton ... I take as a given the political weakness of the post-World War II presidency, ... the perception that the decision-making process within the White House is flawed. ..... (such as Eisenhower).13 According to this theory, presidents who fail are ...

Mr. President: How Judgments of Eisenhower in the White House
White House chief of staff Sherman Adams took on such an outsized management ... North Africa, Italy, and France during World War II) who set his own ... unwarranted intrusions, but did not act for him or enforce his decisions. Opposite: President Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. ..... George W. Bush.

The Rise and Fall of the Science Advisor to the President of the
Science and government 4 Science and decision making. Introduction ... election. During the Bush presidency the typically prosaic pages of Science ... politics, and the science advisor is only rarely involved in wider White House decision ... In the aftermath of World War II the scientific community was quick to capitalize.

The Structure of Leadership: Presidents, Hierarchies, and - JStor
Evidence from the Truman, Reagan, and Bush II administrations is used to illus .... details of the dispute were understood by the White House. .... presidential decision making is frequently seen as largely shaped by the idiosyncrasies of ... and Immerman (1989) exploration of the Eisenhower and Johnson decision- making.

Presidents and the Economy: A Forensic - Princeton University
examined, but they fail to explain the partisan growth gap. ... I, Bush II-1, and Bush II-2), where the suffixes denote terms for two-term presidents. ... 256 quarters in these 16 terms, Republicans occupied the White House for 144 quarters, .... 9 Until Eisenhower, presidents were inaugurated on March 4 instead of January 20.

Presidential Staff Hierarchy - Princeton University
presidential decision making is often deemed idiosyncratic and personalized. .... II. The Institutional Presidency and Informational Institutions ... comparison of the Eisenhower and Johnson decision-making processes with regards to .... Cater's White House colleague, Harry McPherson, put the problem this way in his.

White House Structure and Decision Making - Semantic Scholar
normative understanding of White House structuring for decision making offers ... organization of the president's White House staff seemingly has been settled. ... The standard model, prefigured by Dwight Eisenhower and first fully realized ... 2. The “competitive” FDR approach that Richard Tanner Johnson (1974) and ...

The Institutional Presidency. - Mario Guerrero, Ph.D | Assistant
attributed his victory to the failure of his Republican opponent, Gov. Alfred ... During Eisenhower's presidency, existing units within the White House Office .... Card Jr. under George W. Bush—with substantive roles in policymaking and, in .... number of presidents whose views about decision—making processes differed.

President George W. Bush and His War Cabinet James P. Pfiffner
Feb 7, 2003 ... President Bush and his war cabinet during the conduct of the war in Afghanistan. ... White House staff would dominate policy making in his ... II. The Administration Transformed and the War Cabinet ..... after the failed hostage rescue attempt.71 ... Eisenhower's approach to national security decision making.

The White House Office of Presidential Personnel - James P. Pfiffner
Subcategory II-A: noncareer positions in the Senior Executive Service (SES) ... care of all presidential appointments; President Eisenhower also had a spe- ... President Bush continued to control in the White House the process for deciding on .... and that, until that moment, no federal government decision making is going to ...
OPP, PSQ 2001.pdf

The President's Chief of Staff: Lessons Learned - James P. Pfiffner
domineering chiefs of staff Sherman Adams for Eisenhower, H. R. Haldeman for ... Donald Regan for Reagan, and John Sununufor Bush. ... Lesson Number One: A chief of staff is essential in the modern White House. ... 2 When Rumsfeld was .... Cabinet members and staff may chafe under the decision in either case, but ...
Chiefs of Staff, PSQ, 1993.pdf

Is President Trump Conventionally Disruptive, or Unconventionally
Jan 8, 2017 ... Donald Trump's presidency is premised on being unprecedented, on ..... Fail: White House Decision Making from Eisenhower to Bush. II.

Presidential Work in the First 100 Days - White House Transition
engagement concentrates on those duties explicitly defined in Article II of the constitution. ... role in managing the White House decision-making process. .... Presidents Eisenhower through George H.W. Bush and represent the most up-to- date .... it means that the president's staff has already failed. A Lack of Useful Solutions.

National Security Advisor - White House Transition Project
2. Organizational Change: The Eisenhower Years. 4. The McGeorge Bundy Years: .... The National Security Advisor and Presidential Decision Making ... 2000); Burke, Becoming President: The Bush Transition, 2000-2003 ...... and ( with somewhat different transcriptions) Sheldon M. Stern, Averting the 'Final Failure': John F.

James R. Killian, Jr., Sputnik, and Eisenhower: White House
James R. Killian, Jr., the first-ever appointed Presidential Science Advisor. .... After blaming the technical manpower shortage on the failure ..... affirmed the role of science and scientists in the White House decision-making process. .... “ Science and Technology: From Eisenhower to Bush,” Presidential Studies Quarterly.

Partisanship as a Source of Presidential Rankings - Joseph Uscinski
presidential partisanship is a potent predictor of rank; academic raters consistently ..... Richard M. Pious, Why Presidents Fail: White House Decision Making From. Eisenhower to Bush II (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2008).

Presidential Work During the 100 Days - Ibiblio
Find the two publication series of the White House Transition Project, WHTP Reports ... While presidents make choices about their decision-making, their choices reflect .... President Carter failed, for lack of congressional contact, while President ... Eisenhower) to a high of 9,118 (for President G.H.W. Bush), yielding 49,553 ...
WHTP 2009-04 100 Days-b.pdf

Mar 22, 2012 ... Page 2 ... that of the Bush administration or any other administration's NSC. ... role of NSC adviser and decision-making by presidents (Burke 2009) ... differing views among White House staffers (does) not guarantee the effective presentation of ... “Under this structure, the president (Eisenhower) chaired the.