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Pageantry, Performance and Statecraft : Diplomacy and the Presidential Image. / Tunstall Allcock, Thomas.

Constructing Presidential Legacy: How We Remember the American President. ed. / Michael Patrick Cullinane; Sylvia Ellis. Edinburgh University Press, 2018. p. 103-132 (New Perspectives on the American Presidency).

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Harvard

Tunstall Allcock, T 2018, Pageantry, Performance and Statecraft: Diplomacy and the Presidential Image. in MP Cullinane & S Ellis (eds), Constructing Presidential Legacy: How We Remember the American President. New Perspectives on the American Presidency, Edinburgh University Press, pp. 103-132.

APA

Tunstall Allcock, T. (2018). Pageantry, Performance and Statecraft: Diplomacy and the Presidential Image. In M. P. Cullinane, & S. Ellis (Eds.), Constructing Presidential Legacy: How We Remember the American President (pp. 103-132). (New Perspectives on the American Presidency). Edinburgh University Press.

Vancouver

Tunstall Allcock T. Pageantry, Performance and Statecraft: Diplomacy and the Presidential Image. In Cullinane MP, Ellis S, editors, Constructing Presidential Legacy: How We Remember the American President. Edinburgh University Press. 2018. p. 103-132. (New Perspectives on the American Presidency).

Author

Tunstall Allcock, Thomas. / Pageantry, Performance and Statecraft : Diplomacy and the Presidential Image. Constructing Presidential Legacy: How We Remember the American President. editor / Michael Patrick Cullinane ; Sylvia Ellis. Edinburgh University Press, 2018. pp. 103-132 (New Perspectives on the American Presidency).

Bibtex

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