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HISTORY: U.S. PRESIDENCY

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IMPEACHMENT TRIAL OF ANDREW JOHNSON.
Discusses the first impeachment trial of an American President. Issue of accountability. Presidential aggression and Congress. Political issues that led to Johnson's trial. Actions of the Republican majority. Conflict between the President and Edwin Stanton. Details of the impeachment trial of 1868. Public support for Johnson. His aquittal by one vote.
THE IMPEACHMENT OF ANDREW JOHNSON
The recent attempts to impeach President Clinton re-focused historians and politicians on the first... more
10 pages | 8 sources | 28 citations | APA citation style

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THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT.
Discusses the evolvement of the American President to the most powerful man in the world. Growth of the power of the executive branch & the federal government. New Constitutional Amendments. Refers to the Nixon presidency as the apex of the conflict between increasing national authority & growing presidential power. The Watergate Scandal & the restoration of the system of checks & balances by Congress. Relationahip between national authority & presidential power.
In the United States of America, as the nation has grown and developed, so the power and influence of the national government has broadened in scope... more
4 pages | 4 sources | 6 citations | MLA citation style

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THE "BLACK CABINET" OF PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT.
Examines FDR's informal "black cabinet," the people who served in it, and its importance to national culture. New Deal reforms & black support. Black leaders who advised FDR. The President's motive in using black advisers: to use their ideas to remedy racism & to rely on their opinion on a wide number of other issues. Diversity of "black cabinet." Contribution of educator Mary McLeon Bethune & others. Gains made by the NAACP, National Urban League & National Council of Negro Women as a legacy of the "black cabinet."
With the entrance of each new administration we now hear about the importance of making the president’s cabinet “look like America”. That... more
6 pages | 4 sources | 13 citations | APA citation style

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PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON.
Discusses his pluralist views of American democracy. His agenda as an attempt to create unity, reform the political system and campaign against special interests. Failure of his National Healthcare Policy. Participation of Congress in the Clinton agenda. Political stratification and hyperpluralism. Challenges to Clinton's leadership, integrity and competence.
Clinton’s Pluralism
On balance, The Agenda illustrates the pluralist views of American democracy in which an elected president attempts to... more
4 pages | 2 sources | 14 citations | APA citation style

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JACKSONIAN DEMOCRACY.
Differing views of historians of President Jackson. How Jackson handled crises in 19th Century American such as the Bank Crisis, expansion of suffrage, and the country's transformation from an agrarian to an industrial nation. Jackson as a reactive folk hero. Champion of the common man. Struggle of Capitalists for control.
Jacksonian Democracy
Summary & Impact
The era in American history that witnessed Jacksonian Democracy is viewed in strikingly different ways... more
4 pages | 1 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

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GEORGE WASHINGTON.
Why he is the "father of his country." Discusses whether Washington still deserves this honor. Biographical data. Washington's crucial role as a general in the Revolutionary War. His commitment to republican values. His ideals. His political disinterest. Role in the Constitutional Convention. Election as first President of the U.S.
George Washington deserves to be called "the father of his country" for a number of reasons. He has been traditionally given this title and the... more
4 pages | 2 sources | 8 citations | MLA citation style

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VAN BUREN, MARTIN.
Life & political career of 8th U.S. President. His policies on slavery & establishing an independent treasury.
Martin Van Buren
Martin Van Buren, the eighth president of the United States, was born on December 5th, 1782, in Kinderhook, New York. His... more
6 pages | 4 sources | 17 citations | MLA citation style

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RECONSTRUCTION.
Compares & contrasts approaches of Presidents Abraham Lincoln & Andrew Johnson to post-Civil War reconstruction. Lincoln's views & plans. Johnson's origins, views & style. Evaluation of the 2 Presidents' skills & policies.
LINCOLN, JOHNSON AND RECONSTRUCTION
This research paper compares and contrasts the approaches of Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson... more
22 pages | 26 sources | 65 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $20.00

PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES.
Discusses effects & benefits of public debate on campaigns & as a central factor in elections. Examples.
Presidential and Vice-Presidential Debates
For most of the 18th century in the United States, debates did not play a role in political elections... more
5 pages | 6 sources | 23 citations | APA citation style

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U.S. PRESIDENCY.
Analysis of changing role of President as defined in Constitution to growing increase in executive powers. Franklin D. Roosevelt's transformation of Presidency.
The President of the United States is often described as “the most powerful man on earth” or “the leader of the free world,” yet his office is... more
9 pages | 6 sources | 25 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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