The American Presidency: An Intellectual History
"A trenchant and provocative essay on ambiguities and dilemmas of the American presidency". -- Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., in the Times Literary Supplement. "Full of perceptive observations and free of cant and cliche. McDonald lucidly discusses many of the issues and controversies surrounding the executive office". -- New York Times Book Review.
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This is a great overview of the development of the American presidency. The first couple of chapters on the roots of the presidency, or put another way, the influences on the founders to create the ... Read full review
Review: The American Presidency: An Intellectual HistoryUser Review - Goodreads
This is a great book. If you are interested in learning more about the evolution of the Presidency, this is well done and easy to read.
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