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Papers On Presidential Studies (U.S.)
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Media Bias: CNN and the 2000 Presidential Race
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An 8 page contention that CNN coverage during the 2000 Presidential Race was biased. Compares the amount and quality of coverage given George W. Bush verses Al Gore in both ad and report format. Contrasts such aspects as presentation of issues, photographic, lighting, and auditory accompaniment. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPbushW.wps

Media Depiction of George W. Bush's Failure to Find Weapons of Mass Destruction
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A 6 page discussion of the manner in which the media has dealt with the Bush administration's failure to produce weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Comparing the media's handling of the initial Persian Gulf War with the current war in Iraq, the author contends that the media dislikes George W. Bush and is using his failure to produce weapons as ammunition in their campaign to discredit him. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPiraqMd.rtf

Michael Gerson -- “The most influential speechwriter in more than a generation.”
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This 14 page report discusses Michael Gerson, President George W. Bush’s chief speehwriter. Bush himself chose Gerson as his writer despite the fact that most presidents usually leave that up to senior staff members. As a result, Gerson has a remarkable degree of access to the president that apparently the past several administrations’ writers have not enjoyed. As a result, he is an interesting and extremely articulate person in his own right, despite the fact that fellow staffers refer to him as truly humble and President Bush calls him “The Scribe.” Bibliography lists11 sources.
Filename: BWgerson.rtf

Modern Presidency: Political Bargaining And Going Public
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5 pages in length. There is little that modern presidents do not and will not employ as a means by which to better their political vantage point. With the likes of political bargaining and going public, the power that presidents of today have indicates an ever-growing perpetuation toward clever maneuvers and downright manipulation. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCMdrnP.rtf

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