Evolution of Presidential Power - PowerPoint Presentation

Evolution of Presidential Power
Evolution of Presidential Power

Evolution of Presidential Power - Description


I Limited presidential power in the early republic A Worries of the Founders I Limited presidential power in the early republic A Worries of the Founders B Examples of limited powers ID: 554723 Download Presentation

Tags

presidential president increased power president presidential power increased branch executive limited iii expansion government sources america powers cabinet involvement foreign affairs early

Embed / Share - Evolution of Presidential Power


Presentation on theme: "Evolution of Presidential Power"— Presentation transcript


Slide1

Evolution of Presidential PowerSlide2

I. Limited presidential power in the early republic

A. Worries of the Founders

Slide3

I. Limited presidential power in the early republic

A. Worries of the Founders

B. Examples of limited powersSlide4

Examples of limited powers:

Early on, the President and national government had little to do.

There was little interaction between the President and Congress. The President generally didn't initiate legislation.

The veto was almost never used.

The legislature was, by far, the strongest branch of government.Slide5

*Up until FDR's New Deal in the 1930s the President was just a negative force, providing resistance to Congress, not a source of initiative and leadership.Slide6

II. Sources of expansion of presidential power:

A. America's involvement in foreign

affairs increased.Slide7

II. Sources of expansion of presidential power:

A. America's involvement in foreign

affairs increased.

B. The President's ability to shape

public opinion increased.Slide8

II. Sources of expansion of presidential power:

A. America's involvement in foreign

affairs increased.

B. The President's ability to shape

public opinion increased.

C. The position as head of the

executive branch took on more

meaning as the size of the national

government increased.Slide9

D. Presidents began to claim

"inherent powers." Slide10

III. Growth of the Executive Branch

A. CabinetSlide11

III. Growth of the Executive Branch

A. Cabinet

B. White House StaffSlide12
Slide13

III. Growth of the Executive Branch

A. Cabinet

B. White House Staff

C. Executive Office of the PresidentSlide14

Shom More....
liane-varnes
By: liane-varnes
Views: 118
Type: Public

Download Section

Please download the presentation from below link :


Download Presentation - The PPT/PDF document "Evolution of Presidential Power" is the property of its rightful owner. Permission is granted to download and print the materials on this web site for personal, non-commercial use only, and to display it on your personal computer provided you do not modify the materials and that you retain all copyright notices contained in the materials. By downloading content from our website, you accept the terms of this agreement.

Try DocSlides online tool for compressing your PDF Files Try Now