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Czars in the White House: The Rise of Policy Czars as Presidential Management ToolsJustin S. Vaughn and José D. Villalobos 2015
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When Barack Obama entered the White House, he followed a long-standing precedent for the development and implementation of major policies by appointing administrators—so-called policy czars—charged with directing the response to the nation's most pressing crises. Demonstrating that the creation of policy czars is a strategy for combating partisan polarization and navigating the federal government's complexity, Vaughn and Villalobos offer a sober, empirical analysis of what precisely constitutes a czar and what role they have played in the modern presidency.
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