The presidency and the political system
The Presidency and the Political System, now in an updated edition, incorporates the most recent research and scholarship on the presidency, exploring important aspects of the relationship between the presidency and the other components of our political system. This thought-provoking collection of 20 essays (written expressly for this volume) by leading political and presidential scholars provides readers with the most balanced, accessible, and compelling material available on our nation's highest office.
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Evaluating the Presidency
The Two Constitutional Presidencies
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