Essays on the first two years of the Bush presidency.
Bringing together presidential scholars, leading voices on the presidency, and former White House aides, this book provides a timely and thorough assessment of George W. Bush at the historic midpoint of his presidency. The book covers Bush's character and leadership style, domestic policy, foreign policy and the War on Terror, and the Bush administration. It concludes with a report card on the Bush presidency, whereby the President, his staff, and his legislative record are graded.
Bryan Hilliard is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at New England College. He is the coeditor (with Tom Lansford, J. L. Walsh, and Patrick Hayden) of Debating Environmental Regimes. Tom Lansford is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Southern Mississippi on the Gulf Coast. Robert P. Watson is Associate Professor of Political Science at Florida Atlantic University. He is the author and editor of several books, including Life in the White House: A Social History of the First Family and the President's House, published by SUNY Press.