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The symbolic presidency

how presidents portray themselves

by Barbara Hinckley

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Published by Routledge in New York, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Presidents -- United States -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibligraphy: p183-188. - Includes index.

    StatementBarbara Hinckley.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJK511
    The Physical Object
    Pagination193p. ;
    Number of Pages193
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21396200M
    ISBN 100415902673, 0415902681

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    Forrest McDonald’s The American Presidency: An Intellectual History is a most impressive work. Few contemporary books in American politics reflect the careful and prodigious research, as well as the considerable breadth of knowledge and historical insight brought to bear by McDonald.   Notes: "Why this book?" "More power, less power." "No general history in modern times," "Not sanguine about the future of the presidency." "Monarchy, aristocracy, democracy." "Central power jealousy." "Tirades in private." "Rejected symbolic functions." "Endless small dinner parties." "Taney & the Supreme Court." "FDR and the institutional.

    Lay presidency is a form of celebrating the Lord's Supper (sometimes called the Eucharist) whereby the person presiding over the sacrament is not an ordained minister of religion. Similarly, when the celebrant is a deacon rather than a presbyter, the term diaconal presidency is used.. Most independent Christian churches have a form of lay presidency as part of their communal worship. But for much of his presidency he preferred, and personified, symbolic blackness: His very success—embodied in the sight of him and his gifted and beautiful black family in the nation’s most Author: Michael Eric Dyson.


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She sees the development of a "symbolic presidency," with the U.S. Presidents the country's primary political agent, working alone and linked to "the people" and "the nation" in an almost religious way by the shared or symbolic power generating from the "symbolic equivalence" created by the pronoun "we." For academic by:   First Presidency Update Ma Dear Brothers and Sisters, After careful and prayerful consideration, and with a desire to be responsible global citizens, we have decided to suspend all temple activity Churchwide at the end of the day on Ma This is a temporary adjustment, and we look forward to the day when the temples will reopen.

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With only one major legislative achievement (Obamacare)—and a fragile one at that—the legacy of Obama’s presidency mainly rests on its tremendous symbolic importance and the fate of a patchwork of executive actions. The last, and only other president since Lincoln, to use the Lincoln Bible was Obama, both in anda choice the 44th president said was meant to emphasize Lincoln’s call for.

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The Symbolic Presidency: How Presidents Portray Themselves by Barbara Hinckley A readable copy. All pages are intact, and. ‘The Lost Soul of the American Presidency’ (book jacket) more > “The American president was intended, at least in part, to serve as the nation’s chief of state, as its symbolic head.

Those are issues Emory political scientist Andra Gillespie tackles head-on in her new book, “Race And The Obama Administration: Substance, Symbols and Hope” (Manchester University Press, ), a data-driven examination of the outcomes — and perceptions — of the Obama presidency as seen through prisms of race and politics.

The Presidency of Barack Obama is a good example of how hard it is to write history quickly. In twenty or so years, we may well discover that Obama’s distance from politics was intentional and Author: Elaine Kamarck.

The author is a professor of communications (and head of the department) at Virginia Tech, with a special interest in the “symbolic dimensions of the American presidency,” to borrow the title of the first of his more than two dozen books.

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“This book,” Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. tells us in the single clear statement of his theme in The Imperial Presidency, 1 “deals essentially with the shift in the constitutional balance—with, that is, the appropriation by the Presidency, and particularly by the contemporary Presidency, of powers reserved by the Constitution and by long historical practice to Congress.”.

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In the United States, the president both leads the government and acts as. The ‘racial procrastination’ of Barack Obama The result is a presidency of great “symbolic value” to black America but of little tangible use. This is a book about the Obama Author: Carlos Lozada.