The Prudential Presidency: An Aristotelian Approach to Presidential Leadership
Fishman argues that the model of political leadership based on the concept of prudence that Aristotle introduced 2300 years ago remains the most realistic and comprehensive paradigm available for comprehending the qualities necessary for American presidents to succeed in office. Aristotle is compared with such influential presidential scholars as Richard Neustadt, James David Barber, and George Edwards III. Aristotle's theory is also applied to critical presidential decisions from Washington to Clinton. Fishman's analysis of leading theories of the presidency reveals that Aristotle's model of prudent political leadership most efficiently accounts for presidential behavior.
Specifications of The Prudential Presidency: An Aristotelian Approach to Presidential Leadership
|Author||Ethan M. Fishman|
|Number Of Pages||160|
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