This book is intended to open an inquiry into the role of political journalists as public teachers of the presidency. It examines national print reporting and commentary on one presidency and uncovers some of the underlying notions of leadership held by political journalists.
Table of Contents
Preface -- Introduction -- Early Evaluations -- Carter's First Year: 1977 -- Carter's Second Year: 1978 -- Carter's Third Year: 1979 -- Carter's Final Year: 1980 -- White House Communications Advisers' Perceptions of Presidential Leadership -- Conclusion: Evaluating the Evaluators
Mark J. Rozell