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Trustee Delegate
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Obliged to vote on every issue the way the majority of their constituents want them to. Once elected, a member of Congress will use his or her best informed judgment in deciding the issues.
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Stewardship Theory of Presidential Power Whig Theory of Presidential Power
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Limited office; granted only the powers expressly and specifically stated in the Constitution. Strong conservative role for the President, where he must take an action necessary as long as he doesn’t violate the Constitution.
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Imperial Presidency Plebiscitary
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Connection to the people; where a leader is elected but once elected has almost all of the power. Growth and power in the modern President.
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Bicameral Incumbency
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Holding a political office for which one is running. The division of a legislative assembly into two chambers or houses.
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Seniority Patronage
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The resources available to higher officials, usually opportunities to make partisan appointments to offices and to confer grants, licenses, or special favors to supporters. Priority or status ranking given to an individual on the basis of length of continuous service on a congressional committee.
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Franking Pork Barrel Legislation
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