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New York: Academy of Political Science, 1957. 159, wraps, footnotes, pencil date and small scuff on front cover, slight wear to cover edgesContains articles on "Presidential Inability" by Lucius Wilmerding, Jr. (an examination of the clause of the U.S. Constitution which provides for the devolution of the president's authority upon the office of the vice president in the event of the president's inability to discharge the powers and duties of the office), and on "The Revolution in the Presidential Nominating Convention" by William G. Carleton. Also contains articles on "Carl Becker's Heavenly City" by Peter Gay, "The Varying Seasons of Italian Politics, 1956-57" by Jane Perry Clark Carey and Andrew Galbraith Carey, "The Creation of the European Payments Union: An Example in International Compromise" by Kurt F. Flexner, and "Burmese Neutralism" by John Seabury Thomson.
Charlottesville, VA: The University of Virginia, 1978. 191, wraps, corners of rear cover creased, slight foxing to text, a few page corners bentThis issue contains an article by Ralph Ketcham on "James Madison: The Unimperial President" (pp. 116-136), as well as an article by Richard Jones on "Scottish and Welsh Nationalism" (pp. 37-51). There are also articles on diplomacy, detente, and devolution, the decline of Anglo- American poetry, Lincoln Steffens, and discussions of new books, among other topics.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 2006. First Edition [Stated], First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. x, , 493,  pages. Illustrated endpaper. Illustrations. Notes. Index. Catherine Allgor (born 26 November 1958) is an American historian and bestselling author. She specializes in biographies of American First Ladies. Allgor is a professor of history at UC Riverside. She has also taught at Claremont McKenna College, Harvard University, and Simmons College. She has served as President of Massachusetts Historical Society. Allgor has also served as the Nadine and Robert Skotheim Director of Education at the Huntington Library. She is a leading historian and has created and taught numerous courses in women’s history, American history, history of race, slavery, and political history at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. She is known for her scholarly work on Dolley Madison and Louisa Catherine Adams, among others. Her political biography, A Perfect Union: Dolley Madison and the Creation of the American Nation, was a finalist for the George Washington Book Prize.