THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT by Sidney Hyman

THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The success of Lorant Stefan's pictorial history, Presidency (Macmillan) about two years ago took some readers back to Milton's excellent. The Use of Presidential Power (Little, Brown unfortunately out of print). Now comes this challenging piece of political science, in a vigorous and modern study of an office whose qualifications have continued to defy definition since it was established. The book falls into three sections, first viewing the president in a dual role as a man who in power head of a party and representative of the people; then illustrates the outcomes of this duality, among them the president's

Publisher: Harper