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.
- Vol. 47 Nbr. 1, March - March 2017
- Vol. 46 Nbr. 4, December - December 2016
- Vol. 46 Nbr. 3, September 2016
- Vol. 46 Nbr. 2, June - June 2016
- Vol. 46 Nbr. 1, March - March 2016
- Vol. 45 Nbr. 4, December - December 2015
- Vol. 45 Nbr. 3, September - September 2015
- Vol. 45 Nbr. 2, June - June 2015
- Vol. 45 Nbr. 1, March - March 2015
- Vol. 44 Nbr. 4, December - December 2014
- Vol. 44 Nbr. 3, September - September 2014
- Vol. 44 Nbr. 2, June - June 2014
- Vol. 44 Nbr. 1, March - March - March 2014
- Vol. 43 Nbr. 4, December - December 2013
- Vol. 43 Nbr. 3, September - September 2013
- Vol. 43 Nbr. 2, June - June 2013
- Vol. 43 Nbr. 1, March - March 2013
- Vol. 42 Nbr. 4, December - December 2012
- Vol. 42 Nbr. 3, September - September 2012
- Vol. 42 Nbr. 2, June - June 2012
- Lou Fisher steps down.
- 1865: America Makes War and Peace in Lincoln's Final Year.
- Does the presidency moderate the president?
- Risk and Presidential Decision-Making: The Emergence of Foreign Policy Crises.
- Dwight Eisenhower and American Foreign Policy during the 1960s: An American Lion in Winter.
- Michelle Obama: First Lady, American Rhetor.
- 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.
- The illustrated four freedoms: FDR, Rockwell, and the margins of the rhetorical presidency.
- Does White House regulatory review produce a chilling effect and "OIRA avoidance" in the agencies?
- Unilateral orders as constituency outreach: executive orders, proclamations, and the public presidency.
- The polarizing effect of the stimulus: partisanship and voter responsiveness to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
- Preelection poll accuracy and bias in the 2012 general elections.
- Unilateral presidential policy making and the impact of crises.
- The historical presidency: the development of unilateral power and the problem of the power to warn: Washington through McKinley.
- Take Up Your Pen: Unilateral Presidential Directives in American Politics.
- Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics.
- The evolution of Roosevelt's rhetorical legacy: presidential rhetoric about rights in domestic and foreign affairs, 1933-2011.