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Module III: The Elements of Module III: The Elements of Presidential Leadership Presidential Leadership What What Time Time is It Anyway? Stephen is It Anyway? Stephen Skowronek and the Theory of Skowronek and the Theory of “Political Time” “Political Time”
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Structural Constants Individual Traits Organizational Factors Structural Variables Factors Affecting Presidential Leadership Factors Affecting Presidential Leadership
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The Elements of Presidential The Elements of Presidential Leadership Leadership Structural Elements
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The Elements of Presidential The Elements of Presidential Leadership Leadership Structural Elements Factors durably embedded in the political environment in which a president acts
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The Elements of Presidential The Elements of Presidential Leadership Leadership Structural Elements Factors durably embedded in the political environment in which a president acts Structural constants Structural variables
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The Elements of Presidential The Elements of Presidential Leadership Leadership Structural constants Stable and enduring features of the political landscape that “all” presidents inherit upon taking office
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The Elements of Presidential The Elements of Presidential Leadership Leadership Structural constants Stable and enduring features of the political landscape that “all” presidents inherit upon taking office Basic constitutional relationships (separation of powers; Basic constitutional relationships (separation of powers; federalism; bicameralism; independent judiciary) federalism; bicameralism; independent judiciary)
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The Elements of Presidential The Elements of Presidential Leadership Leadership Structural constants Stable and enduring features of the political landscape that “all” presidents inherit upon taking office Basic constitutional relationships (separation of powers; Basic constitutional relationships (separation of powers; federalism; bicameralism; independent judiciary) federalism; bicameralism; independent judiciary) The two-party system (since 1860, Repubs and Dems) The two-party system (since 1860, Repubs and Dems)
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The Elements of Presidential The Elements of Presidential Leadership Leadership Structural constants Stable and enduring features of the political landscape that “all” presidents inherit upon taking office Basic constitutional relationships (separation of powers; Basic constitutional relationships (separation of powers; federalism; bicameralism; independent judiciary) federalism; bicameralism; independent judiciary) The two-party system (since 1860, Repubs and Dems) The two-party system (since 1860, Repubs and Dems) An independent and adversarial news media An independent and adversarial news media
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The Elements of Presidential The Elements of Presidential Leadership Leadership Structural constants Stable and enduring features of the political landscape that “all” presidents inherit upon taking office
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  • Spring '10
  • JamesScott
  • The Land, President of the United States, Republican regime, Jacksonian regime, New Deal Regime, Thomas Jefferson Andrew Jackson Abraham Lincoln Franklin D. Roosevelt Ronald Reagan

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