4 edition of Moral leadership and the American presidency found in the catalog.
Moral leadership and the American presidency
Robert E. Denton, Jr.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 137-141) and index.
|Statement||Robert E. Denton, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||JK516 .D46 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 147 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||2005010744|
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Robert E. Denton, Jr.'s exceptional book explores moral presidential leadership, ultimately calling for a return to a 'heroic presidency.' Briefly surveying presidential character throughout our history, he gives an overview of the decline in trust of the government and offers possible reasons for this by: 4.
Robert E. Denton, Jr.'s exceptional book explores moral presidential leadership, ultimately calling for a return to a 'heroic presidency.' Briefly surveying presidential character throughout our history, he gives an overview of the decline in trust of Price: $ Moral leadership is in fact the central task of our presidents when it’s done correctly,” said Jon Meacham, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian who has written books about Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson.
He spoke at a luncheon in October kicking off a year-long series on Moral and Ethical Leadership in the American Presidency. The Presidency as Moral Leadership By ERIC F. GOLDMAN EVERY so often the big black lim-ousine would roll out of the White House, and Mrs.
Harding, the empty whisky bottles tucked under the lap robe, would give instructions to head for a remote ravine. It was all right for Warren Harding, the businessman and editor, even the Senator, to be.
Robert E. Denton, Jr., the W. Thomas Rice Chair of Leadership Studies in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at Virginia Tech, has written a new book "Moral Leadership and the American Presidency." This book asserts the importance of moral presidential leadership, ultimately calling for a return to a "heroic presidency."Author: Jean Elliott.
In the book, Coles displays the tensions inherent in moral leadership including the tensions of inherent moral force and political pragmatism, the leader as hero and also as one who must garner the consent of his/her followers, wisdom and innocence, and "standing apart" in order to give courage to others/5(4).
How presidents forged the American century. This book examines the foreign policy decisions of the presidents who presided over the most critical phases of America's rise to world primacy in the twentieth century, and assesses the effectiveness and ethics of their by: Characterizing the American presidency—the task that this book has set for itself—is, as a result, very challenging.
We start by distinguishing the presidency from the presidents, the office from those who held it. This book is not, then, a collection of presidential biographies, although it provides much biographical information/5(11).
Robert E. Denton, Jr., the W. Thomas Rice Chair of Leadership Studies in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at Virginia Tech, has written a new book “Moral Leadership and the American Presidency.” This book asserts the importance of moral presidential leadership, ultimately calling for a return to a "heroic presidency.".
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Leadership is elusive because one size does not fit all. In my book, I have sought to make the concept of leadership less abstract and more. Some famous leaders--Lincoln, de Gaulle, Mandela--illustrate the workings of moral capital in politics, and a study of the American presidency from Kennedy to Clinton shows how the moral capital of the United States has been eroded, with severe consequences for the nation's by: Theodore Roosevelt campaigns for the presidency in Written in the companionable prose that makes Goodwin’s books surefire best sellers, “Leadership: In Turbulent Times” recounts the lives of Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson.
Presidential Moral Leadership. by George Neumayr. DecemAM Yet FDR is a great president, we are told. a senior editor at The American. "The American president was intended, at least in part, to serve as the nation's chief of state, as its symbolic head, not a partisan leader.
An office envisioned by. Jon Meacham (left) with President Gayle D. Beebe at the October Luncheon Westmont launches a series with eminent historians discussing the moral and ethical leadership of the American presidency What can we learn from the leadership of American presidents.
Westmont will explore that question in the coming year through the Moral and Ethical Leadership in the American Presidency series. Moral Leadership addresses the dynamics of moral leadership, with particular emphasis on major obstacles that stand in its way: impaired judgment, self-interest, and power.
Finally, the book explores moral leadership in a variety of contexts?business and the professions, nonprofit organizations, and the international arena/5(2). By any serious measurement, bestselling historian Kevin Phillips argues, William McKinley was a major American president.
It was during his administration that the United States made its diplomatic and military debut as a world power. Does changing the status quo really require moral leadership from the president. There are some signs that politics inbeyond the presidency, Author: Julia Azari.
moral leadership and there is a disagreement about the single definition of it and even there is no recognition of the existence of this dispute as it came in the book.
The Library of Congress lists more than 7, books on American presidents, but according to one librarian, there may be a quarter of a million more not in the library’s : Allen Barra.Leadership is a secondary source history/political science book drawing on historical examples, psychology, and some philosophical concepts on governance.
Burns goal with the book is to establish a foundation for the study of leadership, combining the studies of /5.