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Lecture 18 The Presidency Keith
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Lecture Outline I. Being There II. Getting There…Staying There III. Presidential Leadership IV. What Should the Presidency Be?
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Being There What is the Presidency? Constitutional Qualifications
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Being There Congressional-Executive Balance of Power
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Separate…but Equal?? Bias in favor of legislative power Locke ( Second Treatise ): “One, Supreme Power, which is the Legislature, to which all the rest are and must be subordinate” Madison ( Federalist No. 51 ): “in republican government, the legislative authority necessarily predominates”
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Balance of Powers Historically Congress has been the dominant branch of the government. The 20 th Century Shift of Power From Congress to the Presidency
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Entitlement? CQ Today May 25, 2005 As debate on the controversial nomination opened, Foreign Relations Chairman Richard G. Lugar, R-Ind., said President Bush was entitled to have the representative of his choosing at the United Nations.
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