The ‘Two Constitutional Presidencies’ and Woodrow Wilson’s Influence

Jeffrey Tulis, in "The Two Constitutional Presidencies," argues that there is a formal presidency and an informal presidency.  As a result, he states, "many of the dilemmas and frustrations of the modern presidency may be traced to the president's ambiguous constitutional station, a vantage place composed of conflicting elements."  What follows is an exploration of … Continue reading The ‘Two Constitutional Presidencies’ and Woodrow Wilson’s Influence