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HGov: Presidential Leadership

The president is often viewed as the most powerful national leader in the world. However, at one time, U.S. presidents held far less power. During the 1800s, presidents acted mainly as “chief clerks.” Other than carrying out the will of Congress, they had little authority other than those powers explicitly granted by the Constitution. 257 more words

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The President Without a Soul

Today, White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly spoke before cameras. He assured reporters that he was not going to quit his job and also that, as far as he knew, he was not about to be fired. 1,027 more words

Where Have All The Statesmen Gone?

As I wrote a blog yesterday on Hillary Clinton’s loss and why she felt she lost, it hit me. We haven’t had much in the way of “statesmen” as presidents or even losers for the White House in a very, very long time. 488 more words

What Is A Leader?

“Everybody can be great … because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve.

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Campus Conversations about Elections and Politics

As the country prepares for a change in presidential leadership, PSU is acting to ensure that our campus community has the resources necessary to learn, engage in dialogue, and act in impactful ways. 487 more words

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