Terry Moe and Scott Wilson's (1994) criticism of the role of the president in Positive Political Theory is examined. The theory that the concentration of political power in the hands of the president is beneficial to the US Since the president is better able to resist particularized pressures is questioned.
Jonathan R. Macey,
Comment: Confrontation or Cooperation for Mutual Gain,
57 Law and Contemporary Problems
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