The Presidency and the Political System, Tenth Edition

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Michael Nelson
SAGE Publications, 2014 - 565 Seiten
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Presidency and the Political System showcases the best of presidential studies and research with top-notch presidential scholars writing specifically for an undergraduate audience. Editor Michael Nelson, a well-known, well-respected presidency scholar, rigorously edits each contribution to meet his exacting standards for the volume and offers contextual headnotes introducing each essay. Essays cover approaches to studying the presidency, elements of presidential power, presidential selection, presidents and politics, and presidents and government.

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This is a collection of twenty original essays on the United States presidency by leading presidential scholars published in 1995. It was a required text for a political science course I took in ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Über den Autor (2014)

Michael Nelson is Fulmer Professor of Political Science at Rhodes College and a senior fellow at the University of Virginia’s Miller Center. A former editor of the Washington Monthly, his most recent books include Trump’s First Year (2018); The Elections of 2016 (2018); The Evolving Presidency: Landmark Documents (2019); The American Presidency: Origins and Development (with Sidney M. Milkis, 2011); and Governing at Home: The White House and Domestic Policymaking (with Russell B. Riley, 2011). Nelson has contributed to numerous journals, including the Journal of Policy History, Journal of Politics, and Political Science Quarterly. He also has written multiple articles on subjects as varied as baseball, Frank Sinatra, and C. S. Lewis. More than fifty of his articles have been anthologized in works of political science, history, and English composition. His 2014 book, Resilient America: Electing Nixon, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government, won the American Political Science Association’s Richard E. Neustadt Award for best book on the presidency published that year; and his 2006 book with John Lyman Mason, How the South Joined the Gambling Nation, won the Southern Political Science Association’s V.O. Key Award.

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