State Building in Crisis Governance: Donald Trump and COVID-19
NICHOLAS F. JACOBS, DESMOND KING, and Sidney M. Milkis look at the final year of the Donald Trump presidency, and the administration’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They argue that Trump’s actions fit a rationale, partisan strategy endemic to executive-centered partisanship. Consequently, Trump and the Republican Party failed to suffer the repudiation that punished previous presidents when adjudged failed crisis leaders.
The American Presidency: An Intellectual History, Forrest McDonald Reviewed by Sidney M. Milkis
Franklin D. Roosevelt and The Transcendence of Partisan Politics, Sidney M. Milkis
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