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Unformatted text preview: This is the cause of presidential disapproval in the polls. This is the use of Presidential power to suede Congress. congressionalist view-This is a view of the presidents role in the law-making process that holds Article IIs provision that the president should ensure "faithful execution of the laws" should be read as an injunction against substituting presidential authority for legislative intent. executive order- This is an edict that is usually given by the President to get something done without making it a law by an act of Congress. This is not used commonly and not since 1789. executive privilege- This is a the right of the President of the US to withhold documents and other such things from others in the executive office and the other branches of government. Patronage- This is when a person of power, the patron, favors a person or group of persons for their support. This could also be interpreted as pork barreling....
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- Spring '09
- Theodore Roosevelt