Presidential Power from the New Deal to the New Right (Paperback)Herbert S. Parmet (author)
Paperback 238 Pages / Published: 31/01/2002
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The growth of presidential power, especially the office of the presidency, is traced from the New Deal through the term of President Bill Clinton. The author explains how expansion, far from achieving ""imperial power,"" has been accompanied by solid checks on that power, which have inevitably frustrated incumbents. This work not only incorporates the perspective of history and the institution of the presidency itself, but considers the views from the White House. The text is accompanied by relevant documents of the period.
Publisher: Krieger Publishing Company
Number of pages: 238
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