Presidents have the constitutional power to nominate the top officers of the executive branch and they use it toward their own goals: advancing their preferred policies within the bureaucracy, building legislative coalitions, and promoting representativeness. However, while other studies have emphasized the Senate's confirmation environment, this study takes a President-centered approach that places presidents' actions at its center. It builds upon the Congress-centered account and adds a presidential perspective that demonstrates the importance of presidential strategies and policy priorities.... LANDOWNERS, FOOD, INSPECTION Department of Commerce TRADE, EXPORT, IMPORT, BUSINESS, CUSTOMS, MARKETS, INDUSTRY ... OCEANIC, ECONOMIC STATISTICS Department of Defense MILITARY, PROTECTION, SECURITY, ARMY, NAVY, AIR FORCE, ... Department of Health, Education and Welfare TEACHING, LEARNING, SCHOOLING, SCHOOLS, INSTRUCTION, WELLBEING, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Presidents and Subcabinet Nominations: A President-centered Account of the Nomination and Confirmation of Executive Officers|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|