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Unformatted text preview: Persuasion Negotiation Going public Tools for Cooperation Budget Appointments Re-election support Appeals to national interest Going public Appeals to party loyalty Skowronek’s Theory of the STRUCTURE Affiliation with previous administration Resilience/Vulnerability of past policy The White House Staff Aids, Assistants, Advisors Give advice and assist in day to day operation Political and personal loyalty Executive Office of the President 10-20 offices and agencies Cabinet 16 different leaders of cabinets 6 leaders of EOP What is the role of the Presidency in policy? Agenda Building going public Formulation and Adoption Executive agreements and orders Veto power Implementation and Evaluation Appoint bureaucrats Creates budgets - OMB...
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- Spring '08
- President of the United States, Appoint party officials, Chief Executive Appoints, Chief Legislator Veto, Appoint Ambassadors Make