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by John Orman

Free eBook Presidential Accountability: New and Recurring Problems (Music Reference Collection,) download ISBN: 0313273146
Author: John Orman
Publisher: Praeger (April 17, 1990)
Language: English
Pages: 184
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Orman, John M. Publication, Distribution, et. New York Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. New York. Greenwood Press, (c)1990. Bibliography, etc. Rubrics: Presidents United States History Executive power Separation of powers.

Some of the new rules Orman adopted for the Connecticut for Lieberman . Orman was the author of four books on American politics.

Some of the new rules Orman adopted for the Connecticut for Lieberman party included:. f you run under Connecticut for Lieberman, you must actually join our party. One of his books, "Celebrity Politics," gained national attention and was published in 2003 with Brown University Professor Darrell West. Comparing Presidential Behavior: Carter, Reagan, and the Macho Presidential Style (Greenwood Press, 1987). John Orman (1985-06-01). Politics of Rock Music. Burnham Inc Pub. ISBN 978-0-8304-1119-1.

John Orman is a politics professor at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut. He was the 1984 Democratic Party nominee for the . Congress seat in Connecticut's fourth district, and briefly challenged Senator Joseph Lieberman for the 2006 Democratic Senate nomination.

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Comparing Presidential Behavior: Carter, Reagan, and the Macho Presidential Style (Greenwood Press, 1987).

This book assesses the state of presidential accountability in the post-Reagan era. It looks at five major areas of concern for students of the presidency. These problem areas concern (1.) presidents, national security, and civil liberties; (2.) controlling the intelligence community; (3.) the politized nature of the Justice Department; (4.) celebrity politics and symbolic manipulation; and (5.) the popularity of the Reagan administration and its implications for accountability. The research concludes that in the post- modern presidency, we have lost the desire and power to keep presidents accountable for their actions.

After discussing the problem of presidential accountability in the opening chapter, the book turns to the checkered pasts of American presidents with respect to protecting civil liberties. It then examines the problems of presidential accountability that are posed by the intelligence community. Next, it looks at the exercises of the president's discretionary power in the criminal justice policy arena. The newer phenomenon of Celebrity Politics is explored next in terms of the consequences it has on citizens who want to keep the American president in check. Following this, the lessons of the popular Reagan presidency on presidential accountability are outlined. Finally, it concludes by lamenting the loss of presidential accountability in the American political system. This book should appeal to presidential researchers and anyone interested in the American presidency.