The Exemplary Presidency: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the American Political Tradition

The Exemplary Presidency: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the American Political Tradition

The Exemplary Presidency: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the American Political Tradition

The Exemplary Presidency: Franklin D. Roosevelt and the American Political Tradition

Synopsis

The American presidency has fascinated and confounded scholars for over 200 years. Is the institution redefined by each new occupant, or is the presidency merely a cog in the constitutional machine created in 1787? Philip Abbott argues that the presidency can best be viewed as an institution framed by the patterns on American political thought and culture.
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