The Presidency in an Age of Limits


This is a study of the relative decline of the American presidency in a period when the role of the United States as a world leader is diminishing. Michael Genovese examines the strategies used by presidents Nixon, Carter, Reagan, and Bush, and how political and economic circumstance affected their performances. This analysis points also to the ways presidents must govern to be successful in a new era. This short text is intended for students of the presidency and political leadership.

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