The Presidency as an Institution, The Powers of the Presidency, The Organization of the Executive Branch, and Reinventing/Reforming/Managing the Bureaucrac/Lowi, T., Ginsberg, B., Weir, M., Tolbert, C., (2013). We the People. New York, NY: W.W. Norton and Company

The Presidency as an Institution, The Powers of the Presidency, The Organization of the Executive Branch, and Reinventing/Reforming/Managing the Bureaucrac/Lowi, T., Ginsberg, B., Weir, M., Tolbert, C., (2013). We the People. New York, NY: W.W. Norton and Company

Order Description

Read chapters thirteen and fourteen about The Presidency as an Institution, The Powers of the Presidency, The Organization of the Executive Branch, and Reinventing/Reforming/Managing the Bureaucracy. Your readings about the presidency and the bureaucracy will be very important in order for you to understand one of the three branches of government.

Required Text: Lowi, T., Ginsberg, B., Weir, M., Tolbert, C., (2013). We the People. New York, NY: W.W. Norton and Company

#1 Article II of the Constitution establishes the president as commander in chief. Article I, however, gives Congress the power to declare war. What roles should the two branches play in exercising war powers? Why? Support your answer by citing references from your text and/or other academically acceptable resources.