Each volume of this series on governance examines the interrelationship of the three major branches of the national government or the functions of one of the branches as it was impacted by the others. In this volume, journalist R.W. Apple, Dr. Ronald Moe, and Professors Steve Finkel, William D. Richardson, Jack Rossotti, Cornell Clayton, Timothy Cook, C. Lawrence Evans, and Barbara Perry examine a variety of topics. Contents: Governance and Recurrent Problems; Political Learning and Presidential Campaigns; Governance: Ethics, Administration, and Democracy; Governance: Lobbying and Interest Groups; Recent Trends in Executive-Legislative Relations: The Impact of Government Legal Policy; The Media as a Fourth Branch of Government; The Managerial Presidency: From Phoenix to Ashes; Congressional Leadership; and The Presidency and the Selection of Judges. Co-published with the Miller Center of Public Affairs.