Presidential Republics and Divided Government: Lawmaking and Executive Politics in the United States and France
Richard S. Conley compares the impact of institutional prerogatives and informal resources available to American and French presidents in their quest to manage legislative outcomes under split-party control of national institutions in each country.
The First Presidential Contest: 1796 and the Founding of American Democracy, Jeffrey L. Pasley
Reviewed by Richard S. Conley
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