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  1. Richard Elliott Neustadt (June 26, 1919 – October 31, 2003) was an American political scientist specializing in the United States presidency. He served as adviser to several presidents. His book Presidential Power has been described as "one of the most influential books ever written about political leadership." [1]

  2. 30 de mar. de 2020 · 1.84K subscribers. Subscribe. 3.1K views 3 years ago. This video explores Richard Neustadt's view that the only way modern presidents could succeed was through the power of persuasion.

  3. 6 de nov. de 2003 · Richard E. Neustadt, asesor de la Casa Blanca, historiador y una autoridad en materia de poder presidencial, falleció el pasado viernes, según un portavoz de la Escuela de Administración...

  4. On October 31, 2003, the nation lost its pre-eminent student of the American presidency when Richard Elliott Neustadt died at the age of 84 from complications from a recurrence of Sciatica. A giant in the field of American politics and a loyal friend, a selfless colleague, and an irreplaceable intellectual leader, he was beloved by more than ...

  5. Abstract Richard E. Neustadt is the author of one of the most influential books ever written about political leadership. Headed for a career as a political-level bureaucrat, he “drifted” to academia after the 1952 election brought a Republican to the White House.

  6. Richard Neustadt made many contributions to the study of the presidency during his distinguished and prolific career. He began his own observations through total immersion in the institution itself. From 1946 until 1953, he worked first for the Bureau of the Budget and then as a member of President Truman's White House Staff. Among