James A. Thurber

James Allen Thurber (born May 29, 1943) is University Distinguished Professor of Government and Founder (1979) and Former Director (1979-2016) of the Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies (american.edu/spa/ccps) and Affiliate Distinguished Professor of Public Administration and Policy at American University, Washington, D.C. He is author or editor of numerous books and more than 90 articles and chapters on Congress, the U.S. presidency, interest groups and lobbying, and campaigns and elections. His four most recent books are: Campaigns and Elections, American Style (with Candice J. Nelson, 5th Ed., 2018), Congress and Diaspora Politics:  The Influence of Ethnic and Foreign Lobbying (with Colton C. Campbell and David A. Dulio, 2018), American Gridlock: The Sources, Character and Impact of Political Polarization (with Antoine Yoshinaka, 2015) and Rivals for Power: Presidential-Congressional Relations (2017, 6th Ed.) (with Jordan Tama). He is also an author or editor of Obama in Office (2011), Congress and the Internet (with Colton Campbell, 2002), The Battle for Congress: Consultants, Candidates, and Voters (2001), Crowded Airwaves: Campaign Advertising in Elections (with Nelson and David A. Dulio, 2000), Campaign Warriors: Political Consultants in Elections (2000), Remaking Congress: The Politics of Congressional Stability and Change (with Roger Davidson, 1995), Divided Democracy: Cooperation and Conflict Between Presidents and Congress (1991), and Setting Course: A Congressional Management Guide (with Chaleff, Loomis, Light, and Serota, first three editions 1988, 1990, and 1992). Provided by Wikipedia
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Washington : Brookings Instittution Press, cop. 2000.
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