My new post at 538 discusses a forthcoming paper by political scientists Joseph Uscinski and Arthur Simon. They argue that certain kinds of previous experience, including military service and tenure as the governor of a large state, are associated with “presidential greatness,” as gauged by surveys of historians. “Washington outsiders,” by contrast, fare poorly.
The post is here.
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