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USFP W4 Presidential Power
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the three faces of power
to compel, to set the agenda, hegemonic power.
make final decisions, and have them implemented;
set priorities and decide which issues get attention;
initiate, veto and negotiate legislation;
deal directly with leaders of other countries;
"power to persuade" - to appeal directly to the people.
Constraints on Presidential Power
Institutional power of other actors;
Time, information, experience and expertise, or lack of any of these things;
______ played outsized role as Vice President, largely seen as architect of Bush foreign policy.
The Authorization for Use of Military Force
____ was Nixon's most trusted advisor, ultimately held both Advisor and Secretary of State roles at the same time.
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