Boise State Hosts Conference On State Of The U.S. Presidency
Scholars from around the U.S. are in Boise today to talk about the state of the American presidency. They're taking part in a day-long event at Boise State University to discuss the power of the president, the chief executive’s role in fiscal policy, and bias in the presidential selection process.
David Adler directs the university’s Andrus Center for Public Policy, which organized the conference. On KBSX's Morning Edition Thursday, Adler said the panelists include some of the most distinguished presidential scholars in the country. Click below to hear the conversation.