The Controversial Broad Executive Powers

The Role of Congress and Department of Justice


Scientific Essay, 2013

26 Pages


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CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

HISTORIC LITERATURE

REASONS BEHIND THE CONTINUOUSLY INCREASING PRESIDENTIAL POWERS
I-The Presidency and the Congress:
II- The Presidency and Foreign Affairs:
III- The Presidency and the Military:
IV- The Presidency and the Media:
V- The Presidency and the Government Agencies:

ASSESSMENT OF THE FINDINGS:
I- The Presidency and the Department of Justice:
II- The Presidency and the Congress:

CONCLUSION

WORKS CITED

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Title
The Controversial Broad Executive Powers
Subtitle
The Role of Congress and Department of Justice
College
Fort Hays State University
Course
IDS 804
Author
Year
2013
Pages
26
Catalog Number
V215118
ISBN (eBook)
9783656471158
ISBN (Book)
9783656471455
File size
457 KB
Language
English
Keywords
Presidential Powers, Executive Powers, President, USA, United States, Obama, Congress, Senate, DOJ, Department of Justice, History
Quote paper
Karim Saba (Author), 2013, The Controversial Broad Executive Powers, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/215118

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