Miller Center Studies on the Presidency

Advancing innovative scholarship on the American presidency, this series seeks to ask timeless and novel questions about the institution and its role in a constitutional democracy, to re-invigorate its study across disciplines, and to publish its findings through novel vehicles and formats. Through a capacious approach to the field, it seeks to highlight the relevance of historical developments to current affairs and to explore the evolution of the office over time.

Series Editors: Guian A. McKee and Marc J. Selverstone

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