Growth Of Presidency

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Growth Of Presidency

  1. 1. Evolution of Presidential Power<br />
  2. 2. War Power<br />Neither the Korean or Vietnam War were declared wars by Congress<br />Presidents have continued to commit the military without informing the Congress:<br /> Grenada, Somalia, Yugoslavia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq.<br />
  3. 3. Factors leading to strong presidency<br />What factors have led to a strong 20th century president?<br />
  4. 4. Factors leading to strong presidency<br />What factors have led to a strong 20th century president?<br />Media<br />Globalization<br />Growth of government<br />Technology<br />Economics<br />
  5. 5. Evolution<br />Jefferson Louisiana Purchase, without Congressional approval<br /> <br />
  6. 6. Evolution<br />Jefferson Louisiana Purchase, without Congressional approval<br /> <br />Jackson Jacksonian Democracy (people’s president)<br /> <br />
  7. 7. Evolution<br />Jefferson Louisiana Purchase, without Congressional approval<br /> <br />Jackson Jacksonian Democracy (people’s president)<br /> <br />Lincoln Continental empire demands imperial presidency<br /> <br />
  8. 8. Evolution<br />Jefferson Louisiana Purchase, without Congressional approval<br /> <br />Jackson Jacksonian Democracy (people’s president)<br /> <br />Lincoln Continental empire demands imperial presidency<br /> <br />FDR Depression spawns massive governmental (presidential) bureaucracy<br /> <br />
  9. 9. Evolution<br />Jefferson Louisiana Purchase, without Congressional approval<br /> <br />Jackson Jacksonian Democracy (people’s president)<br /> <br />Lincoln Continental empire demands imperial presidency<br /> <br />FDR Depression spawns massive governmental (presidential) bureaucracy<br /> <br />Nixon Power grab and backlash of congress – War Powers Act (1973)<br />
  10. 10. Evolution<br />Jefferson Louisiana Purchase, without Congressional approval<br /> <br />Jackson JacksonianDemocracy (people’s president)<br /> <br />Lincoln Continental empire demands imperial presidency<br /> <br />FDR Depression spawns massive governmental (presidential) bureaucracy<br /> <br />Nixon Powergraband backlash of congress – War Powers Act (1973)<br /> <br />Clinton Globalization pres (Kosovo bombed w/o Congress’s approval)<br />
  11. 11. Evolution<br />Jefferson Louisiana Purchase, without Congressional approval<br /> <br />Jackson JacksonianDemocracy (people’s president)<br /> <br />Lincoln Continental empire demands imperial presidency<br /> <br />FDR Depression spawns massive governmental (presidential) beaucracy<br /> <br />Nixon Powergraband backlash of congress – War Powers Act (1973)<br /> <br />Clinton Globalization pres (Kosovo bombed w/o Congress’s approval)<br /> <br />Bush II Terrorism creates national security president with wide powers<br />
  12. 12. Evolution<br />Jefferson Louisiana Purchase, without Congressional approval<br /> <br />Jackson Jacksonian Democracy (people’s president)<br /> <br />Lincoln Continental empire demands imperial presidency<br /> <br />FDR Depression spawns massive governmental (presidential) beaucracy<br /> <br />Nixon Powergrab and backlash of congress – War Powers Act (1973)<br /> <br />Clinton Globalization pres (Kosovo bombed w/o Congress’s approval)<br /> <br />Bush II Terrorism creates national security president with wide powers<br />Obama  National economic crisis gives pres. widest powers since Truman<br />
  13. 13. What’s next?<br />

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