Historical Presidential Leadership Survey
Douglas Brinkley, participating by phone, provided an overview of the results, and elaborated on Benjamin Harrison’s and George W. Bush’s rankings.
Edna Greene Medord and Richard Norton Smith talked about the release of the results of C-SPAN’s second Historians Survey of Presidential Leadership, in which a cross-section of presidential historians ranked the 42 former occupants of the White House on ten attributes of leadership. They also responded to telephone calls and electronic mail.
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Douglas "Doug" Brinkley Professor Rice University->History Department
Robert Kennedy Co-President and Co-COO C-SPAN
Edna Greene Medford Associate Professor Howard University->History Department
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Richard Norton Smith Presidential Historian ABC News
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