This text offers a fresh look at the evolving relationship between the President and Congress. By focusing heavily on the historical,legal,and political perspectives that shape the interaction of the two branches,Presidency and Congress seeks in part to counter the narrow and historical nature of much modern presidential-congressional analysis. The text examines the trends that have led to the rise of the modern strong presidency,the apparent decline of Congress,and the implications of these trends for the constitutional separation of powers.
|Publisher:||Temple University Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.91(w) x 8.66(h) x (d)|