Vol. 44 Nbr. 1, March - March - March 2014
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- Rethinking Presidential Studies through historical research: introduction.
- The constitutional ambitions of James Madison's presidency.
- Making sense of presidential restraint: foundational arrangements and executive decision making before the Civil War.
- Opposition to the theory of presidential representation: federalists, whigs, and republicans.
- The rise of Sunbelt governors: conservative outsiders in the White House.
- Presidents as agents of change.
- Party polarization and the ascendance of bipartisan posturing as a dominant strategy in presidential rhetoric.
- Polls and elections: party identification in the 2012 presidential election.
- The law: connecting presidential power to public law.
- The Presidential Leadership Dilemma: Between the Constitution and a Political Party.
- Tough Times for the President: Political Adversity and the Sources of Executive Power.
- Andrew Johnson's Civil War and Reconstruction.
- FDR and the Jews.
- The Life of Herbert Hoover: Imperfect Visionary, 1918-1928.
- The President's Legislative Policy Agenda, 1789-2002.
- The Development of the American Presidency.
- Take Up Your Pen: Unilateral Presidential Directives in American Politics.
- The Door of Hope: Republican Presidents and the First Southern Strategy, 1877-1933.
- Reagan's Mythical America: Storytelling as Political Leadership.
- Political Tone: How Leaders Talk and Why.
- The Post-Presidency from Washington to Clinton.
- Creatures of Politics: Media, Message, and the American Presidency.
- The Performative Presidency: Crisis and Resurrection during the Clinton Years.
- Prosecution among Friends: Presidents, Attorneys General, and Executive Branch Wrongdoing.