The Enlargement of the Presidency

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The Enlargement of the Presidency

By Rexford G. Tugwell
Doubleday, 1960
508 pp. $6.95

A discussion of the ever-widening powers of the Presidency. In Mr. Tugwell's judgment "we have seen the institution of the Presidency reach what would appear to be very nearly its maximum expansion without some sort of radical breakthrough." He suggests the possible need for a "plural Presidency."

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