A 5 page paper discussing Presidential Power and the Modern Presidents, by Richard Neustadt, and Hidden Hand Presidency: Eisenhower as Leader, by Fred Greenstein, and how both of these works demonstrate that the power the president holds is not always as supreme as most think. The President of the United States is an individual with the highest profile in the government but that does not mean that he holds the power to make all decisions. Both of the authors being examined illustrate this point from different perspectives. No additional sources cited.
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