Patterson, James
January 1995
New Republic;1/23/95, Vol. 212 Issue 4, p26
Describes the relationship between the legislative and executive branches of the U.S. federal government. Advice to House Speaker Newt Gingrich on his plans for the U.S. Congress; Explanation that it will be difficult for either the executive or the legislative to establish supremacy; Discussion on the history of the dynamics between the executive and the legislative; Challenges facing President Bill Clinton on how to deal with the Congress; Power of the presidency in foreign policy matters during the early 1970s; Strength of the U.S. presidency; Challenge from special interest groups that Congress must face.


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