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Unformatted text preview: Module IV: The Institutional Module IV: The Institutional Presidency Presidency Lecture 11 Lecture 11 : The Decline of : The Decline of the Cabinet Counsel System the Cabinet Counsel System and the Rise of the and the Rise of the Institutional Presidency Institutional Presidency The Office and the Institution Office Office : a position of authority, duty and trust Institution Institution : A complex of specialized organizations created to solve problems, coordinate activities, and achieve goals The Office and the Institution Office of the House representative 435 such offices: Each a position of authority, duty and trust; Each inhabited by one individual Attached to each office are: Constitutional responsibilities Make policy in the public interest and represent the best interests of ones constituency Institutional rights To introduce legislation; to vote on floor; etc. The Office and the Institution The institution of the House of Representatives Committee system Staff system Party leadership and whip systems Systems of technical expertise E.g., CBO; GAO & Comptroller General; CRS) Institutional Support and Institutional Support and Congressional Leadership Congressional Leadership Institutional Support and Institutional Support and Congressional Leadership Congressional Leadership Information timely and accurate Institutional Support and Institutional Support and Congressional Leadership Congressional Leadership Information timely and accurate Advice policy expert and politically practical Institutional Support and Institutional Support and Congressional Leadership Congressional Leadership Information timely and accurate Advice policy expert and politically practical Coalition-building support Institutional Support and Institutional Support and Congressional Leadership Congressional Leadership Information timely and accurate Advice policy expert and politically practical Coalition-building support Administrative Oversight Ensure bureaucratic implementation of policy is faithful to congressional mandates Institutional Support and Institutional Support and Presidential Needs Presidential Needs Institutional Support and Institutional Support and Presidential Needs Presidential Needs Information timely and accurate Institutional Support and Institutional Support and Presidential Needs Presidential Needs Information timely and accurate Advice policy expert and politically practical Institutional Support and Institutional Support and Presidential Needs Presidential Needs Information timely and accurate Advice policy expert and politically practical Coalition-building support Presidents need help selling their initiatives In Congress; to interested groups; to the public Institutional Support and Institutional Support and Presidential Needs Presidential Needs...
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