Nurturer-in-chief: What the U.S. wants in a leader

08/28/2008 | Christian Science Monitor, The

There's a reason presidential candidates are prone to grandiosity and speeches more befitting a life coach: Americans have oversized expectations of their chief executive. "We crave a spiritual superhero, not just someone who will 'preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution,'" says Gene Healy, a vice president at the Cato Institute.

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