Pre-Modern and Modern Presidency?

Pre-Modern and Modern Presidency?

Pre-Modern and Modern Presidency? Pre-Modern: 1789-1933 Modern: 1933-Today

Models of the Presidency 1. 2. 3. 4.

Hamiltonian Model Madisonian Model Jeffersonian Model Jacksonian Model (the first three from James MacGregor Burns,

Presidential Government) Hamiltonian Model George Washington Madisonian Model John Adams

Jeffersonian Model Thomas Jefferson Jacksonian Model

Dave Leip s Atlas of US Presidential Elections (1824, 1828) Vetoes Abraham Lincoln

Presidential Greatness Polls Emancipation Proclamation Gettysburg Address Lincoln-Douglas

Debates Amendments: 13th, 14th, 15th Teddy Roosevelt TR Collection

Harvard Internet Public Library on TR TR Papers at Library of Congress

Woodrow Wilson

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