The Changing Nature of the American Presidency: From Pre-Democracy to Post-Truth

Iain Dale, The Presidents: 250 Years of American Political Leadership, Hodder & Stoughton, reviewed by Christopher Carman. Why are some presidents considered “great” and others “mediocre” (and some even “complete failures”)? To wrestle with this question, we need to examine both the institution that is The Office of the President of the United States of […] Source