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President's Role in Foreign and Domestic Policy

Describe the two different key leadership roles that the president plays in foreign policy and domestic policy. When did these roles evolve as part of the presidency? Historically, what are some of the theories against these two different roles?

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On Presidential Leadership

The US President is the leader of the nation, an elected government official providing decision-making and visionary influence to the political process of the American nation as it is written out in the US Constitution. As a duly elected leader, the President is the chief executive of the country holding great sway and influence upon the US nation and upon the country's actions, positions and policies that it will undertake to resolve issues and thus maintain the protection and preservation of its people's way of life. With the US being such an influential and powerful country, the President holds great power too, by being able to ...

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The solution provides information, assistance and advise in tackling the task (see above) of explaining and discussing the role of the American President in the creation, utilization and enforcement of the country's foreign and domestic policy. Resources are listed for further exploration of the topic. Word Count: 737.

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