America's Dangerous Devotion to Executive Power
By Gene Healy, Vice President, Cato Institute
Americans have increasingly expanded presidential power over recent decades by expecting the president to provide solutions for all national problems, prosperity for all, and protection from harm. Healy demonstrates how the president’s role needs to return to its properly defined constitutional limits, with its powers held in check by Congress and the courts.
"The year's most pertinent and sobering public affairs book."
— GEORGE WILL, Newsweek
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