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The Political Tale Of The Tape: Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, And Their Successors Nov 1997

The Political Tale Of The Tape: Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, And Their Successors

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some of the putative positive and negative features of recording political decisionmaking as it occurs.


Trends. Mobutu Sese Seko Is Dead: Is Authenticity? Sep 1997

Trends. Mobutu Sese Seko Is Dead: Is Authenticity?

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses Joseph Desire Mobutu and his reign in Congo and inevitable death.


Special Report From The Ibpp Notional Archives: Sun Tzu's Perspective On Operation Desert Storm In 1992, Editor Aug 1997

Special Report From The Ibpp Notional Archives: Sun Tzu's Perspective On Operation Desert Storm In 1992, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses some of the tenets of Operation DESERT STORM in a special report.


World Government And Black Helicopters: Psychological Factors Affecting Support For The United Nations Aug 1997

World Government And Black Helicopters: Psychological Factors Affecting Support For The United Nations

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some psychological factors--too often ignored in debates and policy development--affecting support for the United Nations.


The Psychology Of Controlling Control, Editor Jan 1997

The Psychology Of Controlling Control, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the concept and techniques of control (power) in the political world.


The Unitary Executive During The First Half-Century, Steven G. Calabresi, Christopher S. Yoo Jan 1997

The Unitary Executive During The First Half-Century, Steven G. Calabresi, Christopher S. Yoo

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

Recent Supreme Court decisions and the impeachment of President Clinton has reinvigorated the debate over Congress’s authority to employ devices such as special counsels and independent agencies to restrict the President’s control over the administration of the law. The initial debate focused on whether the Constitution rejected the “executive by committee” employed by the Articles of the Confederation in favor of a “unitary executive,” in which all administrative authority is centralized in the President. More recently, the debate has begun to turn towards historical practices. Some scholars have suggested that independent agencies and special counsels have become such ...