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Presidential Address, 45
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Draft 2 15 Jan 2001
Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society
25 January 2001
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Journal of communication 59 1 pp 118 DOI 101111j14602466200801401x 2009 International Communication Association This version available at httpeprintslseacuk21420 Available in LSE Research Online March 2011 LSE has developed LSE Research Online so t
Part II. The President as Chief Diplomat. The president’s role as chief diplomat is derived from delegated powers stated in the Constitution.. Congress normally deters to the president in foreign affairs..