Busse Library provides these titles and websites for students and faculty interested in the United States Presidential Inauguration.
Infomation About the Presidency
Busse Library Resources
- Congressional Quarterly. The Presidents and the public. C1990 JK518 .P7488 1990 q
- Cronin, Thomas E. and Michael A. Genovese. The paradoxes of the American presidency. 1998. JK516 .C73 1998
- Fields, Wayne. Union of words: a history of presidential eloquence. C1996 JK518 .F54 1996
- Hess, Stephen. Organizing the Presidency. c. 1988 JK518 .H46 1988
- Jones, Charles O. Passages to the presidency [computer file]: from campaigning to governing. C1998 JK516 .J64 1999
- Kernell, Samuel. Going public: new strategies of presidential leadership. C1997 JK518 .K46 1997
- Levy, Leonard Williams and Louis Fisher. Encyclopedia of the American Presidency. c1994 JK511 .E53 1994, Ref.
- Mari, Christopher and Paul McCaffrey. The American Presidency. 2008. JK516 .A68 2008
- Metcalf, Allan A. Presidential voice [electronic resource]: speaking styles from George Washington to George W. Bush. C2004 PN4193 .P6 M48 2004eb
- Nelson, Michael. Congressional Quarterly’s guide to the presidency. c. 1989 JK516 .C57 1989 Ref.
- 1961 Inaugural Committee (U.S.). Official program, inaugural ceremonies of John F. Kennedy, thirty-fifth President of the United States and Lyndon B. Johnson, thirty-seventh Vice President of the United States. Washington, D. C., January 20, 1961. 1961 F200 .W3 1961q
- United States Congress Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies. Inaugural address of the Presidents of the United States from George Washington 1789 to George Bush 1989. J81 .C89
- Warshaw, Shirley Anne. The domestic presidency: policy making in the White House. C1997 E839.5 .W35 1997
- Washington D.C. Inaugural Committee, 1961. Threshold of tomorrow: the Great Society; the inauguration of Lyndon Baines Johnson, 36th President of the United States and Hubert Horatio Humphrey, 38th Vice President of the United States, January 20, 1965. 1965 F200 .W33 1965 q
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