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    1. Who was responsible for the crisis of authority under the imperial presidency?

    2. What was the postmodern condition of America at the end of the twentieth century?

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    In respect to the term Imperial presidency, I will seek to elaborate on the Imperial presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson, as well as that of Nixon. This is due to the fact that this presidential era is the one that is most referred to by historians and political think tanks, when making reference to the Imperial presidency.

    The key responsibility of the crisis of authority under the Imperial presidency, is of course the president at the time. This is due to the fact that as the chief executive of the nation, the president is responsible for his policies, as well as the ripple effects of these policies on others, due to the actions ...

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    The expert determines who was responsible for the crisis of authority under the imperial presidency.

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