Presidency

Presidency - Presidency Tuesday, March 01, 2011 10:59 AM...

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Presidency Tuesday, March 01, 2011 10:59 AM Take notes 1-17 PRINCIPLES Read stuff for courts on Thursday TAKE OFF FEDERALISM Presidential Power Richard E. Neustadt - Studied the presidency, showed that most people love the presidency Expect a great deal from the president, though in reality he does not have the authority o Presidential success lies in persuasion Convince others that they ought to do what the president wants for their sake (and the country's) "The power to persuade is the power to bargain." Going Public - Samuel Cannel Not just bargaining/persuading politicians in Washington Can also persuade the public --> "go public" - instead of going to Congress and persuading them that it is the right thing to do, go straight to the public Going public: a strategy whereby a president promotes himself and his policies in Washington by appealing directly to the American public for support Must be popular Examples of Going Public o
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