Julian Zelizer and Presidential Power

Professor Julian Zelizer (Princeton University) is the guest of Episode 5 of Campaign Context, which focuses on presidential power and the myth of the strong-arming president. Zelizer is among the foremost political historians and the author of numerous books and edited volumes, including Jimmy Carter, Conservatives in Power: The Reagan Years 1981-1989, and What’s Good for Business: Business and American Politics since World War II (co-edited with Kimberly Phillips-Fein). Zelizer’s most recent book is the highly acclaimed The Fierce Urgency of Now: Lyndon Johnson, Congress, and the Battle for the Great Society. Zelizer is a frequent media commentator, including in his weekly column at CNN.com.


About Oscar Winberg

Grad student at History Department of Åbo Akademi University working on political history of television entertainment in 1970s United States.
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