President and Congress /
New York :
|Edition:||Third revised edition.|
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Table of Contents:
- The problem in the Constitutional convention: How shall the executive be related to the legislature?
- The solution of the Federalist party.
- The solution of the Jeffersonian republicans.
- The Jacksonian revolution.
- The Jacksonian view of the executive prevails.
- Lincoln and Congress.
- The reaction against the executive.
- The hegemony of the Senate.
- Congressional government.
- The leadership of William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt.
- The theory and practice of Woodrow Wilson.
- Three typical Republican presidents.
- The presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
- The presidency in world war II.
- Summary and conclusions.