Presidential Studies Quarterly, Bibliography Items from the June 2019 Issue

Alexandra Cockerham, Amanda Driscoll, and Joan Joseph, “‘Going Public’ in Comparative Perspective: Presidents’ Public Appeals Under Pure Presidentialism,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 49 (June 2019): 258-279.

Luis da Vinha, “Competition, Conflict, and Conformity: Foreign Policy-Making in the First Year of the Trump Presidency,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 49 (June 2019): 280-309.

John D. Griffin and Brian Newman, “Presidents and the Congressional Black Caucus: The Racial Consequences of Electoral Incentives,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 49 (June 2019): 310-329.

Samuel Kernell, Roger Larocca, Huchen Liu, and Andrew Rudalevige, “New Data for Investigating the President’s Legislative Program: OMB Logs and SAPs*,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 49 (June 2019): 330-357.

Elizabeth Mann Levesque, “Waiving Goodbye to Congressional Constraints: Presidents and Subnational Policymaking,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 49 (June 2019): 358-393.

Ashley Neale, “Presidential Preview: Nixon’s Vice-Presidency and Role in the Vietnam War, 1953-1955” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 49 (June 2019): 394-416.

David Crockett, The Historical Presidency “The Road Not Taken: Warren G. Harding and the Dilemmas of Regime Restoration,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 49 (June 2019): 417-431.

Neilan S. Chautrvedi and Chris Haynes, Polls and Elections “Is Loyalty is a Powerful Thing? Republican Senate Campaign Strategy and Trump Coattails in the 2016 Election,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 49 (June 2019): 432-448.

Kathleen Tipler, The Law “The Contours of Presidential Immunity,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 49 (June 2019): 449-463.