Vol. 45 Nbr. 1, March - March 2015
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- How presidents shape their party's reputation and prospects: new evidence.
- 'Captive of a scientific-technological elite': Eisenhower and the nuclear test ban.
- The illustrated four freedoms: FDR, Rockwell, and the margins of the rhetorical presidency.
- Reassessing the assumptions behind the evolution of popular presidential communication.
- Shifting currents: Dwight Eisenhower and the dynamic of presidential opportunity structure.
- Who is responsible, the incumbent or the former president? Motivated reasoning in responsibility attributions.
- Leviathan's reach? The impact of political consultants on the outcomes of the 2012 republican presidential primaries and caucuses.
- Jefferson and the Burr conspiracy: executive power against the law.
- Stretching the 2001 AUMF: a history of two presidencies.
- Still Liking Ike.
- The Great American Scaffold: Intertextuality and Identity in American Presidential Discourse.
- The Diplomatic Education of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1882-1933.
- 'An Empire of Ideals': The Chimeric Imagination of Ronald Reagan.
- The Faiths of the Postwar Presidents: From Truman to Obama.
- The Social Media President: Barack Obama and the Politics of Digital Engagement.
- William Howard Taft: The Travails of a Progressive Conservative.
- Woodrow Wilson and World War I: A Burden Too Great to Bear.