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Author Tatalovich, Raymond.

Title The presidency and political science : two hundred years of constitutional debate / Raymond Tatalovich, Thomas S. Engeman
Published Baltimore, Md. ; London : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003


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Description xiii, 268 pages ; 24 cm
Series Interpreting American politics
Interpreting American politics.
Contents Introduction: Scope of Study -- Ch. 1. Constitutional Mythology: The Burns-Kendall Debate -- Ch. 2. Original Intent and the Presidency: Hamilton versus Jefferson -- Ch. 3. Jeffersonianism Sustained: Nineteenth-Century Thinkers -- Ch. 4. Indictment of Constitutionalism: The Progressive Reconstruction -- Ch. 5. Critics of Progressivism: The Early Constitutionalists -- Ch. 6. Sowing the Seeds of Progressivism: Liberalism and the Rise of the Heroic Presidency -- Ch. 7. Anti-Aggrandizement Scholars: Attacking Liberal Government and Liberal Presidents -- Ch. 8. From Imperialism to Impotency: Liberal Malaise with Liberal Presidents -- Ch. 9. Return to Hamiltonianism: Ronald Reagan and the Movement Conservatives -- Ch. 10. The Emerging Scholarly Consensus: A New Realism, an Old Idealism -- Conclusion: Three Presidential Paradigms: Hamiltonianism, Jeffersonianism, Progressivism
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-259) and index
Subject Presidents -- United States -- History.
Political science -- United States -- History.
Author Engeman, Thomas S.
LC no. 2002013626
ISBN 0801873215 :
0801873223 paperback