Rudalevige on Presidential Vagueness

andrew-rudalevigeIn 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).

thumb:“Investigation of UV Reflectance Patterns off the Scales of Carrasius auratus as an Important Factor for Female Mate Choice,” by Varun Wadia '15 and mentors Richmond Thompson and Madeleine Msall (photo by Catherine Yochum ’15)