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Stephen Skowronek is Pelatiah Perit Professor of Political Science at Yale University. In addition to The Politics Presidents Make-winner of the J. David Greenstone Prize and the Richard E. Neustadt Prize-he is author of Building a New American State and coauthor with Karen Orren of The Search for American Political Development.
Table of Contents
|Preface to the Second Edition||p. ix|
|The Presidency in American Political Development: A Third Look||p. 1|
|Presidential Leadership in Political Time||p. 27|
|The Politics of Leadership at the End of the Twentieth Century||p. 79|
|Leadership by Definition: First-Term Reflections on George W. Bush's Political Stance||p. 117|
|The Imperial Presidency Thesis Revisited: George W. Bush at the Point of No Return||p. 150|
|Is Transformational Leadership Still Possible? Barack Obama in Historical Perspective||p. 167|
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