Congress got more power after Lincoln partially because of the rise of political parties

Congress got more power after Lincoln partially because of the rise of political parties

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Congress got more power after Lincoln partially because of the rise of political parties From Partisan to Progressive Presidency o Struggle over executive patronage Congress gets more power of patronage Goes back towards Presidents because of the rise of the professional civil service o Advent of new issues Consequences of industrialization Labor conflict Monetary policy Relationship between industry and agriculture Rise of foreign policy Spanish American war Presidents expand authority through engaging in foreign affairs o Innovations in behavior Before- presidents did not directly campaign It is then acceptable for candidates to address the public Candidates and Presidents become less of a representation of the party They become more of a man Roosevelt runs as a third party o Criticism of parties Parties become to be seen as corrupt Presidents become to say that they are above politics Teddy Roosevelt o Hepburn Act
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