Weekend Special! 5% off any purchase. Get the code »

Presidential Selection: Theory and Development

by

Write The First Customer Review

Examining the development of the process of presidential selection from the founding of the republic to the present day, James Ceaser contends that many of the major purposes of the selection system as it was formerly understood have been ignored by current reformers and modern scholars. In an attempt to reverse this trend, Professor Ceaser discusses the theories of selection offered by leading American statesmen from the Founders and Thomas Jefferson to Martin Van Buren and Woodrow Wilson. From these theories he identifies ...

Presidential Selection: Theory and Development 1979, Princeton University Press

ISBN-13: 9780691021881

Trade paperback

Select