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Chapter 5. The Court and the Powers of the President
Chapter 5. The court and the powers of the president

The Constitution created not only a new national government, but also a new type of national leader in the president of the United States. The framers of the Constitution knew all about the British monarchy and, from history, the Roman emperors. Having just broken free from England, they did not wish to recreate on the American continent an ...

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