Presidential Politics: Present and Past

Presidential Politics: Past and Present provides a unique, historical perspective on presidents and their decision-making with a focus on prime sources from historical figures including televised speeches, radio addresses and written documents.

How do presidents inspire hope?

Ronald Regan and Teddy Roosevelt

One of the most important and difficult roles of the president is to convince the American people that things will get better. The problem is that presidents control their rhetoric, but they do not control the economy. Read more…

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