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1 Final The Presidency • Plural v. singular executive argument • Constitutional responsibilities • War Powers Act of 1973 • Executive privilege • Executive Orders • Cable television and State of the Union viewership • Brownlow committee report The Presidency • Two presidencies thesis • Congress’ check on President’s Commander in Chief power • The creation of the executive departments (ch. 8, too) • President role as a legislator • The NSC and OMB
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2 The Bureaucracy • Removing department heads • Pendleton Act • Size of the federal workforce • Service on the Federal Reserve Board • OMB • Issue Networks • Red tape The Bureaucracy • Principals problems with agencies • Methods of Congressional control • Administrative/agency rules • Administrative Procedures Act • Weber’s bureaucracy The Judiciary • Marbury v. Madison • Judicial review • Dred Scott v. Sanford • Lochner v. New York • Supreme Court focus from Civil War - 1930s • Supreme Court focus from WWII-1970s • Current era
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course POLS 211 taught by Professor Forgot during the Winter '08 term at Cal Poly.

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