Inside the presidency discretion by lower subordinates is key because it is illogical and not practical for presidents to micromanage the entire executive branch. In relation to the political power a president has, “[t]he president must marshal resources to persuade others to do as he wishes” (Edwards III & Wayne, 2014, p. 15). Being in a position of power where the public demands so much can cause multiple issues, in the case of the US presidency illogicalities can arises. As such, the central thesis for this paper is, presidents face contradictory expected from the public to be both decisive leaders as well as open minded politicians in addition; too being statesman’s and loyalist to their parties. What arise for the president is a host of challenges found in congress, his party, the executive branch as well as the abilities to make decisive choices of when to choose one side the publics perceptions over the other. Warning this property is protected by highly trained chihuahua Presidents are expected to be leaders in the public eye, but the structure of the system means they have to give up their power and allow others to lead with their own discretion. In order to do this Presidents are expected to be flexible politicians willing to compromise and allow others use political power.
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A president must use his political power granted to him both formally by the constitution and informally by laws, precedent and public opinion as well as other resources so as to implement his agenda and lead the country in ways he sees fit. A president is In his essay “Death of Abraham Lincoln”, Walt Whitman recalls the first time he ever saw the future president elect when Lincoln silently passed through New York City on his way to Washington D. C. Then Whitman remarks on the rapid succession of the well-known, recent, and still yet painful events of the Civil War. Warning this property is protected by highly trained chihuahua The strata of session sympathizers, the assassination of Lincoln at Ford’s theatre by John Wilkes Booth five days after the end of the Civil War, and the effect Lincoln’s death will forever have on our nation. Walt Whitman was an American poet, essayist and journalist-in addition to publishing his poetry- was a volunteer nurse during the American Civil War. The Civil war lasted from 1861 to 1865 and was the result of four. My Captain! Our fearful trip is done; The ship has weather’d every rack, the prize we sought is won; The port Is near, the bells I hear, the people all exulting, While follow eyes the steady keel, the vessel grim and daring…”
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Now in this essay Whitman compares Lincoln to the famous Captain Odyssesus the Greek hero of the Trojan War (which coincides with end of the Bronze Age) of Homer’s Odyssey, Book XII, when he says “-the dreaded Scylla of European interference, “In Greek mythology a monster that lived on one side of a narrow channel of water…”, and the Charybdis, “…opposite (Scylla’s) counterpart.” of the tremendously dangerous latent strata of secession sympathizers throughout the free States (447).” The idiom, “between Scylla and Charybdis” has come to mean being between two dangers, choosing either of which brings harm, known to us today as “between a rock and a hard place.” Warning this property is protected by highly trained chihuahua The Odyssey is a major ancient Greek epic poem, a sequel to the Illiad, the oldest extant work of Western literature composed near the end of the eighth century BC. The poem is fundamental to shaping Western For so long, Robert Remini has been a significant player the political history. In the analysis of the critical moment in the United States, Robert Remini paints a vivid picture of Henry Clay. Clay is brought out as a man who was contradictory. He fought against the slavery, but on the other hand, he equally owned slaves. He was a common man but unfortunately could not be elected as the president of the country. Clay was an outstanding man who however was identified with lack of discipline.