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Jeffrey S. Peake
Jeffrey S. Peake
Professor, Department of Political Science, Clemson University
Verified email at clemson.edu - Homepage
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The legislative impact of divided government
GC Edwards III, A Barrett, J Peake
American journal of political science, 545-563, 1997
5891997
The dynamics of foreign policy agenda setting
BD Wood, JS Peake
American Political Science Review 92 (1), 173-184, 1998
5141998
Presidential agenda setting in foreign policy
JS Peake
Political Research Quarterly 54 (1), 69-86, 2001
1902001
Breaking through the noise
M Eshbaugh-Soha, JS Peake
Breaking Through the Noise, 2011
143*2011
The agenda-setting impact of major presidential TV addresses
JS Peake, M Eshbaugh-Soha
Political Communication 25 (2), 113-137, 2008
1422008
Presidents and the economic agenda
M Eshbaugh-Soha, JS Peake
Political Research Quarterly 58 (1), 127-138, 2005
1362005
Treaty politics and the rise of executive agreements: international commitments in a system of shared powers
GS Krutz, JS Peake
Univ of Michigan Pr, 2009
1302009
Testing the Saturday Night Live hypothesis: Fairness and bias in newspaper coverage of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign
MK Miller, JS Peake, BA Boulton
Politics & Gender 6 (2), 169-198, 2010
842010
Presidents and front-page news: How America's newspapers cover the Bush administration
JS Peake
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 12 (4), 52-70, 2007
802007
Press Effects, Public Opinion, and Gender: Coverage of Sarah Palin’s Vice-Presidential Campaign
MK Miller, JS Peake
International Journal of Press/Politics 18 (4), 2013
702013
The dynamics of diversion: The domestic implications of presidential use of force
K DeRouen Jr, J Peake
International Interactions 28 (2), 191-211, 2002
682002
President Obama, the Senate, and the Polarized Politics of Treaty Making
JS Peake, GS Krutz, T Hughes
Social Science Quarterly 93 (5), 1295-1315, 2012
642012
When the President Comes to Town
AW Barrett, JS Peake
American Politics Research 35 (1), 3-31, 2007
642007
Presidential influence over the systemic agenda
M Eshbaugh-Soha, JS Peake
Congress & the Presidency: A Journal of Capital Studies 31 (2), 181-201, 2004
622004
The Contemporary Presidency: “Going Local” to Reform Social Security
M Eshbaugh‐Soha, JS Peake
Presidential Studies Quarterly 36 (4), 689-704, 2006
522006
The Presidency and local media: local newspaper coverage of President George W. Bush
M Eshbaugh‐Soha, JS Peake
Presidential Studies Quarterly 38 (4), 609-630, 2008
322008
Coalition building and overcoming legislative gridlock in foreign policy, 1947-98
JS Peake
Presidential Studies Quarterly 32 (1), 67-83, 2002
272002
Back on track: support for presidential trade authority in the House of Representatives
G Biglaiser, DJ Jackson, JS Peake
American Politics Research 32 (6), 679-697, 2004
252004
The domestic politics of US treaty ratification: Bilateral treaties from 1949 to 2012
JS Peake
Foreign Policy Analysis 13 (4), 832-853, 2017
212017
The changing nature of presidential policy making on international agreements
GS Krutz, JS Peake
Presidential Studies Quarterly 36 (3), 391-409, 2006
192006
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