Presidents Versus Congress
Conflict and CompromiseBook - 1994
An examination of the sometimes uneasy and always highly charged relationship between the executive and legislative branches, the crucial issues that have divided them throughout history, and the ways in which legislators have compromised at various junctures to forge the law of the land. The author also takes a critical look at the system of Constitutional checks and balances to suggest ways presidents and Congress might avoid gridlock in the future.
Publisher: New York : F. Watts, c1994.
Branch Call Number: 353.03 LIN
Characteristics: 176 p. ; 24 cm.