Andrew Burstein

Andrew Burstein and Nancy Isenberg are historians at Louisiana State University and co-authors of the forthcoming book "The Problem of Democracy: The Presidents Adams Confront the Cult of Personality." Follow them on Twitter @andyandnancy.

Donald Trump's unpardonable endgame: Does the president have unlimited power to pardon anyone? Andrew Burstein
Celebrity monomania: Maybe Trump and Oprah aren't as different as we think Andrew Burstein
Eisenhower, Trump and hubris: We've had misguided presidents, but not like this Andrew Burstein
How will history view the Trump era? With contempt and amazement, for starters Andrew Burstein
A vote for moral technology: Updating Reinhold Niebuhr to the age of Donald Trump Andrew Burstein
Mike Lee’s bad history: Utah senator's book is an ignorant hodgepodge concocted to justify the modern GOP Andrew Burstein
American history: Fake news that never goes away — and empowered the Trumpian insurrection Andrew Burstein
Can we redeem "civic virtue" in the age of Donald Trump? John Adams might have understood what just happened Andrew Burstein
The godfather vs. the grandmother: How the 2016 election became a battle of "character" over substance Andrew Burstein
“Greater Than We Currently Are,” not “Great Again”: Trump is perversely nostalgic when we should be looking forward Andrew Burstein
We beat Donald Trump by mocking Donald Trump: What Bill Maher and Barack Obama understand about whipping a bully Andrew Burstein
Elizabeth Warren's big win: The new, much-needed rule that could rein in Wall Street slime Andrew Burstein
Stop clinging to the Founding Fathers: The Andrew Jackson/Hamilton/Tubman debate is really about honest history Andrew Burstein
Republicans really fall for this nonsense: The GOP is the party of stupid, but its voters are the deluded ones Andrew Burstein
Their brand is demagogic rage: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and our sad new politics of anger and performance Andrew Burstein