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Hamilton Paper - American Political System Paper 1 9/6/2007...

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American Political System Paper 1 9/6/2007 Hamilton’s View on Re-Eligibility Alexander Hamilton believes that because the executive operations of the president and his constituents are so vital to the well being of the nation, the president must assign, or at least nominate the administration that will be assisting him over the course of his term in office. The administration will work closely with the president and be in office only as long as he who appointed them. If something goes wrong in the presidency or the public disagrees with the way their country is being run, at the end of his term the public can try to change the path created by the current leader by electing a new person with a new administration and new ideas into the office. If the President is in good standings with the public, he should be able to be re- elected. This will not only create an added reason for the president to do his job well, but it will also give the public time to pay attention to how he runs things and decide if they want to keep him in office or replace him with someone with new ideas. Someone with
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course PSCI 1101 taught by Professor Juenke,eri during the Fall '07 term at Colorado.

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