Congress, the President, and Policymaking: A Historical Analysis

Congress, the President, and Policymaking: A Historical Analysis

Congress, the President, and Policymaking: A Historical Analysis

Congress, the President, and Policymaking: A Historical Analysis

Synopsis

The underlying theoretical premise of this text is that the separation between the executive and legislative functions has important policy consequences and has influenced legislative outcomes. The study analyzes the pattern of interaction on banking bill introductions over the past 150 years.
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