The presidency is discussed in order to bring it more squarely within the terrain of positive theory by presenting it as a well-developed, nuanced and powerful institution in its own right. Political issues that have a direct bearing on the institutional balance of power are theoretically analyzed.
Terry M. Moe & Scott A. Wilson,
Presidents and the Politics of Structure,
57 Law and Contemporary Problems
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