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Leadership Styles, Candidacy, and PAC

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1. What is the relationship between a president's leadership style in office and his (or her?) campaign style? Explain your answer.

2.Select a Political Action Committee (PAC). How is it funded? What political candidates does it support? Evaluate whether the PAC appears influential.

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1. What is the relationship between a president's leadership style in office and his (or her?) campaign style? Explain your answer.

A candidate’s campaign style is directly related to a candidate’s leadership style while in the White House. In other words, by watching a candidate’s campaign style, one can gain a nice foreshadowing of what that candidate’s presidency will look like.
For example, President Bill Clinton led a very power-based, money-based, cut-throat campaign and was willing to do whatever it took to become president. At the same time, Clinton spent a lot of time in small, town-hall environments and ‘working the ropes’ during his campaign; Clinton was beloved by populace America. The connection and charisma that Clinton shared with people on the campaign trail bled over to his presidency, when he won two elections for President and maintained high approval ...

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The solution explores the relationship between a President's leadership style vis-a-vis the campaign style used by said President during the candidacy. It also provides an example of a particular Political Action Committee, providing a concise profile.

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