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310Lspring2009PresidenckyLectureOutline

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Lecture Outline: THE PRESIDENCY March 4 & 6, 2009 1. Roles of the president a. Constitutional roles i. Commander in chief ii. Chief executive/ administrator iii. Chief diplomat iv. Chief Legislator v. Chief of State [ceremonial] b. Developed by presidential practice vi. party leader (Jefferson) vii. representative of the people (Jackson) viii. Mobilizer of the government (Lincoln; Wilson) ix. moral leader (Lincoln, Wilson) x. mobilize of the people (Theodore Roosevelt) xi. World Leader (McKinley; Theodore Roosevelt; Wilson) xii Social Reformer (Theodore Roosevelt) xiii. Manager of the Economy (Wilson; Franklin Roosevelt) 2. President’s legal powers a. X enumerated (stated in the constitution b. X implied (by those powers enermerated) c. X d. X
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3. President G. W. Bush’s efforts a. After 9/11, argument of “new paradigm” i. “unitary executive” claim to unilateral authority ii. Cheney’s “one percent doctrine” b. restricting access oflCongress to info about key programs c. classifying and reclassifying documents d. ignoring or withdrawing from treaties e. circumventing laws via secret executive orders f. greater use of “signing statements” to change laws passed by Congress
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