Debating the presidency: conflicting perspectives on the American executive

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CQ Press, Oct 13, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 253 pages
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Contents

Resolved the framers of the Constitution would
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Resolved political parties should nominate candidates
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Resolved the president should be elected directly
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Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Richard J. Ellis is the Mark O. Hatfield Professor of PolitiRichard J. Ellis is the Mark O. Hatfield Professor of PolitiRichard J. Ellis is the Mark O. Hatfield Professor of Politics at Willamette University, and the author of numerous bookcs at Willamette University, and the author of numerous bookcs at Willamette University, and the author of numerous books on the presidency including, "Presidential Travel: The Jous on the presidency including, "Presidential Travel: The Jous on the presidency including, "Presidential Travel: The Journey from George Washington to George W. Bush" and "Foundingrney from George Washington to George W. Bush" and "Foundingrney from George Washington to George W. Bush" and "Founding the American Presidency". the American Presidency". the American Presidency".

Nelson is a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College.