Vol. 46 Nbr. 4, December 2016
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- Editor's introduction: presidents, politics, and the use of force.
- When political gridlock reigns in presidential foreign policy: policy availability and the role of Congress.
- Political party and presidential decisions to use force: explaining a puzzling nonfinding.
- Don't tread on me: constraint-challenging presidents and strategic conflict avoidance.
- Some agents are freer than others: variation in the reelection incentive, agency loss, and the timing of democratic interstate conflict.
- Lame-duck foreign policy.
- The contemporary presidency the Obama administrative presidency: some late-term patterns.
- Swift boating reconsidered: news coverage of negative presidential ads.
- Zivotofsky V. Kerry: an unnecessary decision grounded on weak precedents.
- Gerald Ford, Saturday Night Live, and the development of the entertainer in chief.
- Success and failure in using the bully pulpit: Lincoln, Roosevelt, and Taft and the importance of press relations.
- The Four Freedoms: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Evolution of an American Idea.
- Connecting with Constituents: Identification Building and Blocking in Contemporary National Convention Addresses.
- The Education of Gerald Ford.
- A companion to the Reconstruction Presidents, 1865-1881.
- Presidential Rhetoric from Wilson to Obama: Constructing Crises, Fast and Slow.
- AlieNATION: The Divide & Conquer Election of 2012.
- Heir to the Empire City: New York and the Making of Theodore Roosevelt.
- The Fierce Urgency of Now: Lyndon Johnson, Congress, and the Battle for the Great Society.
- Emperor of Liberty: Thomas Jefferson's Foreign Policy.
- Demonizing a President: The 'Foreignization' of Barack Obama.