The Postmodern President
- Richard Rose - University of Strathclyde, UK
January 1991 | 397 pages | CQ Press
"Richard Rose has produced an exceptional book, not just about presidents but also about how they connect—or fail to connect—with Washington and the world. His unique comparative approach—blending process with politics and policy—results in an insightful, engaging treatment of the presidency and its place in the broader American system."
— I.M. Destler, University of Maryland