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Unformatted text preview: Moving into Modern Presidents Chapter 11 Executive Office Created by Roosevelt Highly personal staff system 6 key aides performed assignments for president dictated by his needs and activities President ran staff himself Beginning of what is called the Institutional Presidency Management Styles Ad Hoc Management style of Roosevelt Roosevelt liked personal control Problems with this system Truman and Eisenhower Eisenhower Why is his system different? Power of the Chief of Staff Executive Office of the President Brownlow Commission (1937) Executive Reorganization Act of 1939 Executive OfficeCreated in 1939 Principle objective Original 5 units 2003: 17 units President White House Office (top level) (Next Level) Bureau of the Budget --- Natural Resources Planning Board --- Office of Government Reports --- Liaison Office for Personnel Management 100 Days: whats the big deal? FDR sworn into office on March 4, 1933 Immediately declares a bank holiday Emergency Banking Act 73 rd Congress back into special session March 9 to June 16 many things passed: Civilian Conservation Corps Abandonment of gold standard Federal Emergency Relief Act Agricultural Adjustment Act...
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