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Title Divided power : the Presidency, Congress, and the formation of American foreign policy / edited by Donald R. Kelley
Published Fayetteville : University of Arkansas Press, [2005]
Fayetteville : University of Arkansas Press, c2005
©2005

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Description viii, 216 pages : illustrations
Series Fulbright Institute series on international affairs ; v. 3
Fulbright Institute series on international affairs ; v. 3
Contents 1. Answering the "invitation to struggle" / Donald R. Kelley -- 2. The president, executive, and Congress : the same old story? / Bert A. Rockman -- 3. Authorizing war : congressional resolutions and presidential leadership, 1955-2002 / Gary R. Hess -- 4. Intraparty factionalism on key foreign policy issues : Congress versus Clinton, 1995-2000 / Terry L. Deibel -- 5. Explaining congressional-executive rivalry in international affairs : the changing role of parties, committees, and the issue agenda / Bryan W. Marshall -- 6. Which dancer leads? : foreign trade policy making and divided government / Ralph G. Carter -- 7. Long-term trends in congressional foreign policy behavior : explaining variations in contention in the U.S. Senate in the past and in the future / Marie T. Henehan -- 8. Seeing things in perspective / Donald R. Kelley
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Separation of powers -- United States.
Political planning -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations administration.
United States -- Politics and government.
Author Kelley, Donald R., 1943-
LC no. 2005009287
ISBN 1557287988 paperback alkaline paper