Originally established in February 1885 in recognition of George Washington, President’s Day (as it is now called) helps us to remember the United States’ storied past, celebrate its democratic governance, and honor the presidential office.
A Democracy That Works: How Working-Class Power Defines Liberal Democracy in the United States by Stephen Amberg
New Directions in the American Presidency edited by Lori Cox Han
The Transfer of Power Between Presidential Administrations: Trouble with the Transition by Nicole L. Anslover
The Biden Presidency: Politics, Policy, and Polarization by Stephen J. Wayne