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With the stroke of a pen : executive orders and presidential power

著者: Kenneth R Mayer
出版商: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©2001.
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"Counter The conventional wisdom holds that the president of the United States is weak, hobbled by the separation of powers and the short reach of his formal legal authority. In this first-ever in-depth study of executive orders, Kenneth Mayer deals a strong blow to this view. Taking civil rights and foreign policy as examples, he shows how presidents have used a key tool of executive power to wield their inherent  再读一些...
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ISBN: 0691012040 9780691012049
OCLC号码: 44841643
描述: xii, 293 pages ; 24 cm
内容: List of figures and tables --
Acknowledgments --
One: Why are executive orders important? --
Two: Executive orders and the law --
Three: Patterns of use --
Four: Executive orders and the institutional Presidency --
Five: Executive orders and foreign affairs --
Six: Executive orders and civil rights --
Seven: Conclusion --
List of abbreviations --
Notes --
Index.
责任: Kenneth R. Mayer.
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Conventional wisdom holds that the US president is weak, hobbled by the separation of powers and by the limits of his legal authority. This work questions this view. Taking civil rights and foreign  再读一些...

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