Rudalevige on Presidential Vagueness (Washington Post)

Andrew Rudalevige

Andrew Rudalevige


In a blog post that was featured on a Bloomberg must-read list, Bowdoin Professor of Government Andrew Rudalevige writes for The Washington Post’s column “The Monkey Cage” about why U.S. presidents keep things vague — a strategy that dates back to the consummately vague Article II of the Constitution (and is still going strong today).

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