Vol. 43 Nbr. 4, December - December 2013
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- From the editor.
- Partisan polarization in American politics: a background paper.
- The electoral roots of America's dysfunctional government.
- Lord Bryce's curse: the costs of presidential heroism and the hope of deliberative incrementalism.
- Making stale debates fresh again: the defense of ideology as a regime imperative.
- Presidents and party teams: the politics of debt limits and executive oversight, 2001-2013.
- Presidential success in Supreme Court appointments: informational effects and institutional constraints.
- Presidential versus vice presidential home state advantage: a comparative analysis of electoral significance, causes, and processes, 1884-2008.
- Presidents profiting from disasters: evidence of presidential distributive politics.
- Decreasing the economy's impact on evaluations of the president: an experiment on attribution framing.
- President Obama's signing statements and the expansion of executive power.
- Mr secretary, my son-in-law: William G. Mcadoo, Woodrow Wilson, and the presidential cabinet.
- Truman's Triumphs: The 1948 Election and the Making of Postwar America.
- The George W. Bush Presidency: A Rhetorical Perspective.
- Abraham Lincoln and White America.
- Lincoln's Ladder to the Presidency: The Eighth Judicial Circuit.
- Taking Our Country Back: The Crafting of Networked Politics From Howard Dean to Barack Obama.
- Northeast Asia and the Legacy of Harry S. Truman: Japan, China, and the Two Koreas.
- Mr. President: How and Why the Founders Created a Chief Executive.
- Don't Stop Thinking about the Music: The Politics of Songs and Musicians in Presidential Campaigns.
- The Cuban Missile Crisis in American Memory: Myth versus Reality.
- Debatable Humor: Laughing Matters on the 2008 Presidential Primary Campaign.