According to The Free Legal Dictionary, presidential power is defined as:
The executive authority given to the president of the United States by Article II of the Constitution to carry out the duties of the office.
As the election approaches and you’ve probably made up your decision whom to vote for or you are sick and tired hearing about it, elevate your mind to a more idealistic level and consider some recent books on presidential power. What are the limits and boundaries that prevent presidents from achievement and conversely, what circumstances have made them succeed.
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