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Papers On Presidential Studies (U.S.)
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Schwartz/LBJ & His Foreign Policy
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A 4 page book review. US politicians who are associated with American involvement in Southeast Asia, that is, Richard Nixon and Lyndon Johnson, are, in general, denigrated both by the public and by historical scholarship. In Lyndon Johnson and Europe, In the Shadow of Vietnam (2003), historian Thomas Alan Schwartz offers a reasoned and scholarly reassessment of LBJ's foreign policy with a particular focus on Europe. As his title implies, Schwartz is principally concerned with demonstrating that Johnson's foreign policy was not exclusively shaped by the US involvement in Vietnam. Rather than being dominated by Vietnam, Schwartz offers a reassessment of the Johnson Administration that argues that foreign policy during this era encompassed many levels, with European relations taking a central and focused significance. No additional sources cited.
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Secret Service: Durable and Dedicated
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(6 pp) The United States government agency with the name Secret Service has a very open mission - protect the President. He has continued to do that duty with dedication since before the Civil War. Globilization and current politics have presented new and difficult areas for this agency. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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SENIOR VS. JUNIOR: COMPARISONS BETWEEN PRESIDENTS BUSH
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This 3-page paper compares and contrasts the two presidencies of George H.W. Bush (1988-1992) and his son, George W. Bush (2000-?). Issues discussed include the economy, Gulf Wars and public perception of both men. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Sex And/Or Scandal: How They Extend And Illuminate The Study Of Past Societies And Cultures
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5 pages in length. Sex and scandal have existed synonymously throughout history, serving to extend and illuminate the study of past societies and cultures all the way back to ancient Greece. That the two work synergistically when paired – and not necessarily in a positive manner – speaks to the inherent connection between forbidden temptation and humanity's innate desires. Associating sex and scandal with the political world is no less commonplace than correlating the cohesive existence of alcohol and drugs: each respective element is inexplicably drawn to the other. To examine political sex scandals as limiting the overall accurate historical perspective of a given culture and/or society is to understand how a handful of political representatives do not necessarily reflect the higher moral integrity of their constituency. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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