Profiles in Leadership;The JFK Series:President Kennedy on Prerogatives of Presidential Power.

You have said in the constitution says that the decision can be made only by the President. Now what was your relation to the consensus. Did you form no opinion until a consensus appeared. or were you part of forming the consensus and had you disagree with that what then? Well I think that, ah […]

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Presidential Power: Charlie Savage- Takeover and the rise of Executive Power

Welcome to books of our times produced by the Massachusetts School of Law and seen nationwide today we shall discuss a book by Charlie Savage The Boston Globe reporter who won a Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on george bush’s use signing statements Charlie has va expanded his work an executive power for a new […]

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The Constitution and Executive Power

<<Music>>>>The following program is a production of the Fairfax Network, Fairfax County PublicSchools. >>This program was made possible through generous support of the Donald W. Reynolds Foundationto George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens and by the generous supportof Verizon Communications to the Constitutional Sources Project. Additional funding for theConstitutional Sources Project provided by […]

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Presidential Powers 2: Crash Course Government and Politics #12

This episode of CrashCourse is broughtto you by SquareSpace. Hello. My name's Craig, and this isCrashCourse Government and Politics, and today we're gonna really figure out why the Presidentis the most powerful man in the world. Okay, not really, I guess, obviously, the reasonhe's the most powerful person in the world is he leads what's […]

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