Presidential Rhetoric and Bureaucratic Enforcement: The Clinton Administration and Civil Rights
CHARLES M. LAMB, JOSHUA BOSTON, and JACOB R. NEIHEISEL discuss President Bill Clinton’s civil rights record and examine his public rhetoric and bureaucratic appointments. They argue that their findings challenge popular perceptions of Clinton as a strong supporter of civil rights.
The Rhetoric of Donald Trump: Nationalist Populism and American Democracy, Robert C. Rowland Reviewed by Jacob R. Neiheisel
Moral Victories in the Battle for Congress: Cultural Conservatism and the House GOP, Marty Cohen Reviewed by Jacob R. Neiheisel
Responsible Parties: Saving Democracy from Itself, Frances McCall Rosenbluth and Ian Shapiro Reviewed by Jacob R. Neiheisel
The Dual Executive: Unilateral Orders in a Separated and Shared Power System, Michelle Belco and Brandon Rottinghaus Reviewed by Jacob R. Neiheisel
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