Comprehensive collection of online resources for the study of the U.S. presidency and elections including papers, speeches (audio and video), Executive Orders (1826-current), Proclamations (1789-current), party platforms, debates. From UC Santa Barbara.
An ongoing digital humanities project from the Ray Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University that aims to "offer a window into the formative era of American politics by producing interactive maps and visualizations of Congressional and state legislative elections from 1787 to 1825."
Uses primary documents as a portal for understanding the evolution and present parameters of presidential power, the relationship among America's three branches of government, and why wartime often leads presidents to claim expansive powers and authority..
Investigating Bush, and Obama campaigns and the first years of the subsequent presidential administrations, Claibourn builds a generalized theory of agenda accountability, showing how presidential action is constrained by campaign agendas.