President of the United States

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Synonyms for President of the United States

the person who holds the office of head of state of the United States government

the office of the United States head of state

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Moats draws on several similar works--David Cannadine and Simon Price's Rituals of Royalty: Power and Ceremonial in Traditional Societies (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987); Ralph Ketchem's Presidents above Party: The First American Presidency, 1789-1829 (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1984); Simon P.
In another sketch, Greenstein knocks Clinton for his lack of "emotional intelligence," arguing that Clinton's presidency is a "reminder that in the absence of emotional soundness, the American presidency is a problematic instrument of democratic governance.
The title of the book should have, perhaps, been Women and the American Presidency rather than Gender and the American Presidency, as it does not examine the backgrounds and rhetoric of high-profile males.
There is no doubt in my mind he has done irreparable damage to the American presidency and devalued its role in the world.
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How Governors Built the Modern American Presidency.
The Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress is a non-profit, non-partisan 501(c)3 organization that seeks to further the understanding and functioning of the American Presidency and its related institutions and, thereby, to educate, illuminate, and inspire leaders of tomorrow.
DON'T think the squabble over the American Presidency will end with the seven judges of the Florida Supreme Court.
What we are most excited about is that this money will go to our new initiative, which is to teach school kids from kindergarten through 12th grade about the American presidency,'' said Mark Burson, executive director of the Reagan Foundation.
Vice President Al Gore, after starting the year off with a promising policy agenda of enlisting the federal government in the fight against detached, single-family housing, has gotten himself into a few traffic jams on his road to the American presidency.
From studying forgotten memoirs, O'Reilly presents a convincing case against the American presidency.
Rosenberg specializes in American politics and presidential elections and is a recognized expert on the American presidency and presidential campaigns.
describes this reference's organization and rationale and introduces readers to historical background in terms of the growth of the American presidency, the rise of the administrative state, the growth of the presidential staff, the rise of the national security state, and the use of "inherent" powers.
The Miller Center of Public Affairs is a leading nonpartisan public policy institution aimed at bringing together engaged citizens, scholars, members of the media and government officials to focus on issues of national importance to the governance of the United States, with a special interest in the American presidency.
Al Gore says the American presidency should be his as a few thousand punters in Florida were too stupid or too confused to vote correctly.
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