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A brief analysis of presidential power that lays out the obstacles to presidential governance and the need for persuasion and a positive reputation on the part of presidents.
From the Paper:"What is presidential power? Where does it derive from? These are some of the thorniest issues in American governance. In the United States, the Constitution was written in order to disperse power between the three branches of government. Each branch of government has its own source of power and its own constituency, as a result of this, there are competing interests and competing powers. Of course this was exactly what the Founding Fathers had in mind. James Madison's legendary take on this was that; "Ambition must be made...""
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