President and Congress / by Wilfred E. Binkley ...
- New York, A.A. Knopf, 1947.
viii p., 1 l., 312 p., vii p., 1 l. 22 cm.
- United States. Congress -- History.
Executive power -- United States
Presidents -- United States
United States -- Politics and government
- The problem in the Constitutional convention: How shall the executive be related to the legislature?
The solution of the Federalist party.
The solution to the Jeffersonian republicans.
The Jacksonian revolution.
The Jacksonian view of the executive prevails.
Lincoln and Congress.
The reaction against the executive.
The hegemony of the Senate.
The leadership of William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt.
The theory and practice of Woodrow Wilson.
Three typical Republican presidents.
The presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The presidency in world war II.
Summary and conclustions.
- Bibliography: p. 301-312.
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