Clash of powers : the president versus Congress
"As Congress struggled to carry out its constitutional duties, the Presidency grew stronger, taking on powers that were once in Congress's domain. The Framers did not predict the rise of 2 rival parties--Democratic and Republican-- that would come to dominate nearly every aspect of American political life. Partisanship has thrown their system of checks and balances out of whack. And the ideological differences between the parties have rarely been as stark as they are today"--
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|Location||Call Number /
|Gainesville Public Library - Silver Springs||YA352.23 Loo (Text)