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Papers On Presidential Studies (U.S.)
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George W. Bush: An Imperial President
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8 pages in length. Defining the relationship that exists between political power and wartime policies is a task that draws its conclusion upon a very fine line. Indeed, while both of these entities have something significant to do with one another, at the same time they each possess their own particular arrangement amidst the wide and varied scheme of bureaucratic function. It can readily be argued that policy needs the combination of power and government in order to enact any level of politics; however, it can also be contended that there does not necessarily have to exist any sort of democratic considerations as a means by which to operate that government. Examining the elements that have brought George W. Bush's presidency to the level of imperial power at which it now resides helps one to gain a significantly better perspective upon what powers Congress upholds under the Constitution and what authority it has relinquished to the Executive Branch. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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George Washington’s Farewell Speech and Foreign Policy Implications
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This 12 page report discusses George Washington’s very definite thoughts regarding the domestic and international relationships and their impact on the foreign relations of the early United States. Washington's views about America's proper relationship with the rest of the world permeate the entire document both implicitly and explicitly as he outlines the proper political and moral grounds that should govern the actions of an equitable people.Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison: Views on Powers of Government and the Two Party System
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A 5 page discussion of the political views of these three founding fathers. Suggests that a debate between Washington, in particular, and modern day political scientists would reveal many differences. Although admittedly our government has become considerably more complex over time, Washington would undoubtedly still hold to his viewpoints of limited government powers and as to the dangers of a two party political system. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Gerald Ford and the Judiciary
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This 6 page paper provides an overview of Gerald Ford's relationship to the judiciary, including the appointments he made. Edward Levi's role as Attorney General is highlighted as well as the appointment of Justice Stevens to the Supreme Court. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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