It is a good read with a powerful thesis, a thesis that will make this book the gold standard on the vice presidency
for the foreseeable future.
In fact, in the early days of the U.S., the vice presidency
was merely a consolation prize.
The signing ceremony took place on the sidelines of a Working Group Meeting hosted by the World Bank Integrity Vice Presidency
where representatives of Integrity offices of bilateral agencies met to discuss opportunities for cooperation and means to enhance the effectiveness of their anticorruption efforts.
Theodore Roosevelt, who became president after the assassination of William McKinley, called the vice presidency
If agreed, Kuwait will hold the vice presidency
for the next two years.
She may not have won the Vice Presidency
, but Alaska Gov.
Angler: The Cheney Vice Presidency
. By Barton Gellman.
Jodi Gutierrez, VP of property management for George Comfort & Sons and on-site property manager of High Ridge Park Corporate Center in Stamford, Conn., was awarded the Member of the Year Award from the Building Owners and Managers Association of Southern Connecticut (BOMA) and has accepted the vice presidency
position with the Association for the coming year.
There was a split vote for the council vice presidency
. Councilor David Clark, nominated by Councilor Joseph D.
Washington, Dec.15 (ANI): Incoming US Vice-President Joe Biden is reported to be laying out plans to significantly shrink the role of the vice presidency
in Barack Obama's White House.
Meanwhile, JACKIE JENNIFER will move from a vice presidency
to a senior vice presidency
with Horizon's customer service efforts and health care management.
The American vice presidency
is a strange institution.