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James David Barber • 24 Items / 8 Books, 12 Articles, 4 Reviews
The Presidential Character (1972)
Predicting Performance in the White House
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Published Reviews
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    American Government and Politics (Review)
    The Presidential Character, by James David Barber
    1. The Presidential Character by James David Barber
    American Political Science Review, December 1976, pp. 1299-1300
  2. Books & the Arts
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    Thank You, Mama, We;ll Be Careful About Him (Review)
    The Presidential Character, by James David Barber
    1. The Presidential Character by James David Barber
    The Nation, July 10, 1972, p. 21
  3. Review Articles
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    Assessing Presidential Character (Review)
    The Presidential Character, by James David Barber
    1. The Presidential Character by James David Barber
    World Politics, January 1974, pp. 234-282
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    Books: A Case of Mistaken Identity (2 Reviews)
    Breach of Faith, by Theodore H. White
    1. Breach of Faith by Theodore H. White
    2. The Presidential Character by James David Barber
    The New Yorker, August 11, 1975, pp. 81-85
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    Political Book Notes (11 Reviews)
    Citizen Power, by Mike Gravel
    1. Citizen Power by Mike Gravel
    2. Counsel for the Deceived by Philip G. Schrag
    3. Dark Horse by Fletcher Knebel
    4. In Critical Condition by Edward Moore Kennedy
    5. The Investigation of Ralph Nader by Thomas Whiteside
    6. A New Isolationism by Robert W. Tucker
    7. O Congress by Donald Riegle and Trevor Armbrister
    8. A Political Education by Harry McPherson
    9. The Presidential Character by James David Barber
    10. A Sense of the Senate by Seymour K. Freidin
    11. Walter Reuther by Jean Gould and Lorena Hickok
    The Washington Monthly, June 1972, pp. 61-66