How the executive branch—not the president alone—formulates executive orders, and how this process constrains the chief executive's ability to act unilaterally
The belief that U.S. presidents' legislative policy formation has centralized over time, shifting inexorably out of the executive departments and into the White House, is shared by many who have studied the American presidency. Andrew...
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