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Models of Boundaries on Presidential Power

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  1. Models of Boundaries on Presidential Power * Restricted Model (Taft) Hypothetical Space Encompassing All Possible Presidential Powers Stewardship Model (T. Roosevelt) Prerogative Model (Lincoln)

  2. Enumerated vs. Implied Powers* Article I. Section 1. All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives. Article II. Section 1. The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. (emphasis added)

  3. Changes in Presidential Nomination Rules *

  4. States with Binding Primaries1952-2004 * Post-Reform Era Mean = 30 States Pre-Reform Era Mean = 3 States

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  7. Swift Boat Vets: A Conservative 527 Group *

  8. MoveOn.org: A Liberal 527 Group *

  9. The Presidency’s Central Legislative Clearanceand Budget-Making Power * Post-1921 Pre-1921 The Presidency Government Agencies Government Agencies Approved Agenda Requests for Authority Gov’t Agencies Bureau of the Budget (BOB)* Congress Requests for Money Executive Budget * in 1970, BOB was reorganized and renamed the Office of Management and Budget (OMB)

  10. * 2007 Employment EOP Total: 1707 OMB Total: 476 WHO Total: 419

  11. Composition of the EOP, 2009 * President Office of Management and Budget White House Office Office of the Vice President Office of the U.S. Trade Representative National Security Council Domestic Policy Staff Council of Economic Advisers Council on Environ-mental Quality Office of Science and Technology Policy Office on National Drug Control Policy Office of Admini-stration National Economic Council

  12. PYRAMID President Chief of Staff Staff Staff Staff * Presidential Management Styles SPOKES OF THE WHEEL Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff President Staff Staff Staff

  13. * The Conflictual Nature of the Presidential Context

  14. * Divided Government in the 20th Century

  15. * Inside vs. Outside Strategy The ‘Going Public’ Model: The ‘Bargaining’ Model: Congress Congress President President Public- general public - special interests Public

  16. The ‘New’ New Style Campaign Finance * The ‘New’ New Style:Candidates RejectMatching Funds The New Style:Candidates AcceptMatching Funds Average Increase 2000-2008*: $55.5 million/election * throughFebruary Average Increase 1976-1996: $6.8 million/election

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