PSCI 3311

Week 2

  1. Skowronek, Stephen. 1986. "Notes on the Presidency in the Political Order." Studies in American Political Development. 1: 286-302.
  2. Azari, Julia R. and Jennifer K. Smith. 2012. "Unwritten Rules: Informal Institutions in Established Democracies." Perspectives on Politics. 10: 37-55. 

Week 5

1. Kleinerman, Benjamin A. 2005. "Lincoln's Example: Executive Power and the Survival or Constitutionalism." Perspectives on Politics. 3: 801-816. 


Week 7

 

  1. Dickinson, Matthew J. 2018. "Explaining Trump's Support: What We Saw and Heard at His Campaign Rallies." The Forum. 16: 171-191.

    Week 9

 

  1. Edwards III, George. 2018. "'Closer' or Context? Explaining Donald Trump's Relations with Congress." Presidential Studies Quarterly. 48: 456-479.
  2. Rottinghaus, Brandon and Philip D. Waggoner. 2018. "The Cost of Doing Business: Congressional Requests, Cost, and Allocation of Presidential Resources." Political Research Quarterly. 71: 813-825.
  3. Lee, Frances E. 2004. "Dividers, Not Uniters: Presidental Leadership and Senate Partisanship, 1981-2004." Journal of Politics 70: 914-928.

Week 10

1. Thrower, Sharece. 2018. "Policy Disruption Through Regulatory Delay in the Trump Administration." Presidential Studies Quarterly 48: 517-536. 

2. Ragsdale, Lynn and John J. Theiss, III. 1997. "The institutionalization of the American Presidency, 1924-1992." American Journal of Political Science 41: 1280-1318.


Week 11

1. King, Jonathan M. and Ian Ostrander. 2020. "Prioritizing Judicial Nominations after Presidential Transitions." Presidential Studies Quarterly 50: 592-610.

2. Basinger, Scott J. and Maxwell Mak. 2020. "The 'New Normal' in Supreme Court Confirmation Voting: Hyper Partisanship in the Trump Era." Congress and the Presidency 47: 365-386.


Week 12

1. Byers, Jason S., Jamie L. Carson, and Ryan D. Williamson. 2020. "Policymaking by the Executive: Examining the Fate of Presidential Agenda Items." Congress and the Presidency 47: 1-31.

2. Ostrander, Ian and Toby J. Rider. 2019. "Presidents Abroad: The Politics of Personal Diplomacy." Political Research Quarterly 72: 835-848.

3. Howell, William G. 2005. "Unilateral Powers: A  Brief Overview." Presidential Studies Quarterly 35: 417-439.


Week 13

1. Skinner, Richard M. 2008. "George W. Bush and the Partisan Presidency." Political Science Quarterly 123: 605-622.

2. Abramowitz, Alan and Costas Panagoupoulos. 2020. "Trump on the Trail: Assessing the Impact of Presidential Campaign Visits on Voting Behavior in 2018 Midterm Elections." Presidential Studies Quarterly 50: 496-506.

3. Galvin, Daniel J. 2020. "Party Domination and Base Mobilization: Donald Trump and Republican Party Building in a Polarized Era." the Forum 18: 135-168.


Week 14

1. Jacobson, Gary C. 2020. "Donald Trump and the Parties: impeachment, Pandemic, Protest, and Electoral Politics in 2020." Presidential Studies Quarterly 50: 762-795.

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