“If President Obama follows in the footsteps of his predecessors, he will spend less time in swing states and more time abroad. To date, little attention has been dedicated to the study of the public presidency in the second-term, despite the fact that securing reelection represents an achievement capable of granting one entrance to our nations pantheon of great presidents. In this paper, we provid an analysis of second-term presidential travel, which reveals a distinct uptick in international travel and the demise of the permanent campaign strategy. We suggest that such a change in priorities reflects an emphasis on legacy building.”
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