Powers and Duties of the President
This program deals with the powers and duties of the president of the United States as defined by the Constitution, the Congress, and the… read more
This program deals with the powers and duties of the president of the United States as defined by the Constitution, the Congress, and the Supreme Court. The program outlines the qualifications for the office of the presidency, follows the historical development of the presidency in the 20th century, and examines some of the checks and balances between Congress and the president. close
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