THE PRESIDENT: Office & Powers by Edward S. Corwin

THE PRESIDENT: Office & Powers

Email this review


Originally published in 1940- this is the third and completely revised edition, and is a study of American public law, historical, analytical, critical. The new material concerns such topics as the re-eligibility of the presidency; the order of succession; loyalty order; presidential intervention in industrial disputes; injunctions; initiative in foreign affairs; the expanded role as Commander in chief; new phases of the veto power. Throughout he stresses the need for ways and means of developing closer relation between the President and Congress; the importance of a new type of Cabinet.

Publisher: N. Y. Univ. Press