Franklin D. Roosevelt and The Transcendence of Partisan Politics
Sidney M. Milkis focuses on the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt, suggesting that the New Deal transformed the Democratic party by replacing party politics with governmental programs that executive branch administrators implemented.
State Building in Crisis Governance: Donald Trump and COVID-19, Sidney M. Milkis
The American Presidency: An Intellectual History, Forrest McDonald Reviewed by Sidney M. Milkis
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