The transition from congressional government to presidential government in the late nineteenth century the key role of Grover Cleveland in the process /
The book argues that the imperial presidency began, not with Franklin Delano Roosevelt, but rather with Grover Cleveland. The role of the president was enlarged, and the role of congress diminished during his time in office. Once the concept of the modern presidency is clearly defined according to i...
|Published:||Lewiston : Edwin Mellen Press, 2012.|
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