Ford: Not a Lincoln but a Hayes? A Lesson in History and Political Science


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By John A. Donnangelo
What makes a president successful? This article evaluates the presidency of Gerald Ford in the light of four theories by political scientists on presidential performance, highlighting one of them.

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