Congress and the Cabinet

November 1943
New Republic;11/29/43, Vol. 109 Issue 22, p734
Focuses on the Pendleton plan, introduced in 1864, which proposes that members of the Cabinet must appear before Congress to answer questions and take part in debate on them. Differences in the viewpoints of Congress and the executive departments; View that the plan might represent an enormous time waste; Information on a book "The American Presidency," by Harold Laski; View that greater efforts to improve our present system of presidential government.


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