Psychological Reflections on Barack Obama and John McCain: Assessing the Contours of a New Presidential Administration
Stanley A. Renshon analyzes the probable psychological baseline contours of a Barack Obama or John McCain presidency. He explores the psychology, worldview, and approach to leadership that are likely to inform and shape the presidency of each candidate in the context of his own developmental history and the psychology of public expectations and concerns.
Security First: For a Muscular, Moral Foreign Policy, Amitai Etzioni Reviewed by Stanley A. Renshon
State of Denial: Bush at War, Part III, Bob Woodward Reviewed by Stanley A. Renshon
After the Fall: The Clinton Presidency in Psychological Perspective, Stanley A. Renshon
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