Presidential Power and the Constitution: Essays
Cornell University Press, 1976 - 185 strani
In this collection of twelve masterly articles, one of the titans of constitutional law charts the development of the dominant Presidency, from Woodrow Wilson through Harry S. Truman, and its effects on our system of limited constitutional government. Edward S. Corwin deals with important issues in constitutional law and political thought through the use of salient examples.
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The Basis of Limited Constitutional Government
Wilson and Precedents for Presidential Dictatorship
Roosevelt and Constitutional Revolution
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