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This volume of Presidential Studies Quarterly features articles from top scholars on issues ranging from theoretical Presidential studies to the crucial role empathy plays during a President's term. Fresh themes are touched upon, such as the Vice Presidential vetting process, and debate sizzles from the college campuses to the Capitol.
In this edition of Presidential Studies Quarterly, top policy professors from throughout the country examine the many trials and tribulations that have faced contemporary U.S. Presidents. In this time of economic instability and Presidential transition, these observations may prove essential to the success of the current Administration.
Several articles from the June 2009 issue apply to current U.S. political debate and policies.
As the new Administration sets forth to reform the country, its chances for success are directly linked to the way the President will be able to guide the immense federal bureaucracy to accomplish his goals.