James M. Banner, Jr.

A Guggenheim Award–winning historian, James M. Banner, Jr., was on the Princeton faculty in 1974 when he contributed to the presidential misconduct report and is now an independent historian in Washington, DC. He was a co-founder of the History News Service, a moving spirit behind the National History Center, the author of many books, including Being a Historian, and the editor of Presidential Misconduct: From George Washington to Today (The New Press).

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News and Reviews

New Books Network

Listen to a podcast interview with Presidential Misconduct editor James M. Banner, Jr. and contributors Jeremi Suri and Kathryn Brownell on New Books in Political Science

The Economist

Named one of The Economist’s 2019 Books of the Year


Books by James M. Banner, Jr.

Presidential Misconduct
From George Washington to Today

James M. Banner, Jr.