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Our chief magistrate and his powers
Taft, William H.
|Statement||by William Howard Taft, with an introduction by Nicholas Murray Butler.|
|Series||Columbia university lectures... George Blumenthal foundation. 1915|
|LC Classifications||JK516 .T34 1925|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 165 p.|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||26023128|
He was cochairman (–19) of the War Labor Conference in World War I. In , President Harding appointed him chief justice. His chief contribution to the Supreme Court was his administrative efficiency. Bibliography. Taft's writings include The United States and Peace () and Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers (). Students of the history and development of the presidency will see here early indications of what would become a more public critique of Roosevelt's Caesarist conception of the presidency in Taft's book, Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers.
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Taft at Columbia University, during the winter session of - 16, as the Blumenthal Lectures, under the general title: The Presidency, Its 5/5(1). A review of Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers, by William Howard Taft. Jefferson Powell's new edition of William Howard Taft's Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers is a charming and useful corrective to the most egregious modern theories of presidential leadership.
The book takes the form of a series of lectures on executive power delivered at Columbia University, and other places, and. Full text of "Our chief magistrate and his powers" See other formats.
Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers: William Howard Taft with Foreword, Introduction and Notes by H. Jefferson Powell (). Authors: William Howard Taft, H.
Pages: Our chief magistrate and his powers. [William H Taft] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: William H Taft. Duty of the President to Take Care That the Laws Are Executed --The Power and Duties of the President as Commander-in-Chief --Foreign Power --The Pardoning Power --The Limitations of the President's Powers.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Taft, William H. (William Howard), Our chief magistrate and his powers. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press. Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers (excerpt) William Howard Taft. 1 Columbia University Press. While it is important to mark out the exclusive field of jurisdiction of each branch of the government, Legislative, Executive and Judicial, it should be said that in the proper working of the government there must be cooperation of all.
Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers: A Reconsideration of William Howard Taft's "Whig55 Theory of Presidential Leadership MICHAEL J. KORZI Towson University This article discusses William Howard Taft's theory of presidential leadership.
Often seen as embodying a passive or weak conception of the presidency and dismissed as anachronistic, the author.
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Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers by H. Jefferson Powell; William H. Taft; Jefferson Powell and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at First, I reexamine Taft's ideas on presidential leadership through an analysis of both his presidential actions and his postpresidential academic writings, particularly his book.
Recoiling from Roosevelt’s fanaticism, Taft offered a more realistic account of the presidency’s potential. On the campaign trail, and later, in his book Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers, Taft insisted that the president was not responsible for solving every major problem in American life and should not have the power to attempt : Oldmaninthedesert.
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William Howard Taft worked as the 10th Chief Justice of the United States and the 27th President of the United States.
He is the only male to have detained both workplaces. Taft was selected president inthe selected heir of Theodore Roosevelt, but was beaten for re-election by Woodrow Wilson in after Roosevelt riven the Republican ballot by successively as a third-party applicant.
Chief magistrate is a public official, executive or judicial, whose office is the highest in its class. Historically, the two different meanings of magistrate have often overlapped and refer to, as the case may be, to a major political and administrative officer (usually at a.
More editions of Our chief magistrate and his powers, ~ Leather Bound: Our chief magistrate and his powers, ~ Leather Bound: ISBN () Hardcover, Library Reprints, Contents ACKNOWLEDGMENTS vii INTRODUCTION 1 1.
Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers 15 2. ‘‘Progress’’ and the Presidency 49 3. The Age of the Heroic Presidency 79 4.
Hero Takes a Fall During his campaign for president in he wrote Present Day Problems, which was a collection of addresses about contemporary political issues. After losing the presidency to Woodrow Wilson inhe authored Popular Government (), The Anti-Trust Act and the Supreme Court (), Our Chief Magistrate and his Powers () and a memoir.