Presidential Studies Quarterly
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Presidential Studies Quarterly (PSQ) is the only scholarly journal that focuses on the most powerful political figure in the world - the President of the United States. An indispensable resource for understanding the U.S. Presidency, Presidential Studies Quarterly offers articles, features, review essays, and book reviews covering Presidential decision making; the operations of the White House; Presidential relations with Congress, the courts, the bureaucracy, the public, and the press; and the President's involvement in public policy issues in both the domestic and international arenas.
- Selling War, Selling Hope: Presidential Rhetoric, the News Media, and U.S. Foreign Policy since 9/11.
- The missing element: examining the loyalty-competence nexus in presidential appointments.
- Welcoming their hatred: class populism in Democratic rhetoric in American presidential campaigns, 1932-2012.
- The historical presidency: a theoretical critique of the unitary executive framework: rethinking the first-mover advantage, collective-action advantage, and informational advantage.
- Democracy's Muse: How Thomas Jefferson Became an FDR Liberal, A Reagan Republican, and a Tea Party Fanatic, All the While Being Dead.
- Madison's Hand: Revising the Constitutional Convention; Humboldt and Jefferson: A Transatlantic Friendship of the Enlightenment.
- The relevance of emotions in presidential public appeals: anger's conditional effect on perceived risk and support for military interventions.
- George Washington's Journey: The President Forges a New Nation.
- To Make Men Free: A History of the Republican Party.
- Polls and elections conventional wisdom: political learning during presidential nominating conventions.
- The president and the parties' ideologies: party ideas about foreign policy since 1900.
- Decreasing the economy's impact on evaluations of the president: an experiment on attribution framing.
- Lame-duck foreign policy.
- LBJ, Reagan, and the American Dream: competing visions of liberty.
- Don't tread on me: constraint-challenging presidents and strategic conflict avoidance.
- The president, the court, and policy implementation.
- When political gridlock reigns in presidential foreign policy: policy availability and the role of Congress.
- Texts (and tweets) from Hillary: meta-meming and postfeminist political culture.
- The contemporary presidency the Obama administrative presidency: some late-term patterns.
- The Declining relevance of candidate personal attributes in presidential elections.