Ellis, RichardNelson, Michael. (Eds.) (2006) Debating the presidency :conflicting perspectives on the American executive Washington, D.C. : CQ Press,MLA Citation
Ellis, RichardNelson, Michael,eds. Debating The Presidency: Conflicting Perspectives On The American Executive. Washington, D.C. : CQ Press, 2006. Print.
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Debating the presidency : conflicting perspectives on the American executive /
edited by Richard J. Ellis and Michael Nelson.
|Names:||Ellis, Richard | Nelson, Michael,|
|Published:||Washington, D.C. : CQ Press, c2006.|
|Topics:||Executive power - United States. | Presidents - United States.|
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|245||00|aDebating the presidency :|bconflicting perspectives on the American executive /|cedited by Richard J. Ellis and Michael Nelson.|
|260|||aWashington, D.C. :|bCQ Press,|cc2006.|
|300|||axv, 222 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.|
|504|||aIncludes bibliographical references.|
|505||0 |aResolved, the framers of the Constitution would approve of the modern presidency / pro, David Nichols ; con, Terri Bimes -- Resolved, political parties should nominate candidates for presidency through a national primary / pro, Michael Nelson ; con, Andrew E. Busch -- Resolved, the president should be elected directly by the people / pro, Burdett Loomis ; con, Byron E. Shafer -- Resolved, the presidential impeachment process is basically sound / pro, Keith E. Whittington ; con, Benjamin Ginsberg and Martin Shefter -- Resolved, the media are too hard on presidents / pro, Matthew R. Kerbel ; con, Bartholomew H. Sparrow -- Resolved, the president is a more authentic representative of the American people than is Congress / pro, Marc J. Hetherington ; con, Richard J. Ellis -- Resolved, presidents have usurped the war power that rightfully belongs to Congress / pro, Nancy Kassop ; con, Richard M. Pious -- Resolved, the president has too much power in the selection of judges / pro, David A. Yalof ; con, John Anthony Maltese -- Resolved, a broad executive privilege is essential to the successful functioning of the presidency / pro, Mark J. Rozell ; con, David Gray Adler -- Resolved, a president's cabinet members should have a larger role in the formation of public policy / pro, Andrew Rudalevige ; con, Matthew J. Dickinson -- Resolved, psychological character is a powerful predictor of presidential performance / pro, Stanley A. Renshon ; con, Stephen Skowronek -- Resolved, great presidents are agents of democratic change / pro, Marc Landy ; con, Bruce Miroff.|
|650||0|aExecutive power|zUnited States.|
|700||1 |aEllis, Richard|q(Richard J.)|
|700||1 |aNelson, Michael,|d1949-|
|856||41|3Table of contents|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip066/2006000769.html|
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