George Will on Cult of the Presidency

From this week’s Newsweek:

[R]hetorical—and related—excesses are inherent in the modern presidency. This is so for reasons brilliantly explored in the year’s most pertinent and sobering public affairs book, “The Cult of the Presidency: America’s Dangerous Devotion to Executive Power,” by Gene Healy of Washington’s libertarian Cato Institute.

Wow.

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Posted on May 26, 2008 in Cult of the Presidency, Uncategorized | Comments

10 Responses to “George Will on Cult of the Presidency”

  1. Posted by: Greg N. - 05/26/2008

    I’ve been waiting for Will to comment on the book. But I wish he hadn’t taken my review. I’ll have to start from scratch now. I’m only joking around (Will didn’t take my review).

    Anyway, congrats.

  2. Posted by: Alan Gura - 05/27/2008

    Very cool!

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