Presidential Leadership in Political Time: Reprise and Reappraisal

Presidential Leadership in Political Time Reprise and Reappraisal Explains the typical political problems that presidents confront in political time as well as the likely effects of their working through them This title draws out parallels in the politics of leader

  • Title: Presidential Leadership in Political Time: Reprise and Reappraisal
  • Author: Stephen Skowronek
  • ISBN: 9780700615759
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Paperback
  • Explains the typical political problems that presidents confront in political time, as well as the likely effects of their working through them This title draws out parallels in the politics of leadership between Andrew Jackson and Franklin Roosevelt and between James Polk and John Kennedy.

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  • I've been conditioned to think about presidential politics in terms of the individual merits and personalities of each particular president. Good things happen when we have good presidents and bad things happen otherwise. Skowronek makes a pretty good case that there are more powerful forces at work here. These forces are more or less dictated by the unique American system of government ruled by large political parties. The idea is that the president's ability to govern is based upon two powers: [...]


  • Trying to make sense of history, we are gratified when clear patterns emerge to explain recurring phenomena. Patterns of repeating political climates offer a useful guide for evaluating Presidential performance and anticipating what comes next.Skowronek's model is convincing, particularly as applied to the administrations of Carter, Reagan, George H. W. Bush, and Bill Clinton. The arc of these presidencies neatly exemplifies his categories of an enervated regime, a revolutionary reconstruction, [...]


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