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Our chief magistrate and his powers.
Taft, William H.
|Series||Columbia University lectures... George Blumenthal foundation. l9l5.|
|LC Classifications||JK516 .T34|
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|Number of Pages||165|
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: Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers (): H. Jefferson Powell, William H. Taft, Jefferson Powell: BooksPrice: $ Excerpt from Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers The six chapters included in this book were originally delivered by Mr.
Taft at Columbia University, during the winter session of - 16, as the Blumenthal Lectures, under the general title: The Presidency, Its Powers, Duties, Responsibilities and Limitations.5/5(1). Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers Columbia University lectures Columbia University lectures George Blumenthal foundation.
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A review of Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers, by William Howard Taft. Jefferson Powell's new edition of William Howard Taft's Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers is a charming and useful corrective to the most egregious modern theories of presidential leadership.
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MICHAEL J. KORZI. First, through analysis of Taft's presidential actions and academic writings, the author shows that his theory is far more nuanced and substantial than traditional accounts allow.
Taft's theory is. Source: Theodore Roosevelt, An Autobiography of Theodore Roosevelt, ed., Stephen Brennan (New York: Skyhorse Publishing, ), –10; William Howard Taft, Our Chief Magistrate and His Powers (New York: Columbia University Press, ), – Theodore Roosevelt, An Autobiography The most important factor in getting the right spirit in my Administration, next to.
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While it is important to mark out the exclusive field of jurisdiction of each branch of the government, Legislative, Executive and Judicial, it should be said that in the proper working of the government there must be cooperation of all.
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Our chief magistrate and his powers, By William H. (William Howard) Taft. Abstract "First printing, ; second printing, ; third printing, "Mode of access: Internet Topics: Executive power. Chief magistrate is a public official, executive or judicial, whose office is the highest in its class.
Historically, the two different meanings of magistrate have often overlapped and refer to, as the case may be, to a major political and administrative officer (usually at a subnational or colonial level) or a judge and barrister. Free Online Library: Our chief magistrate and his powers: a reconsideration of William Howard Taft's "Whig" theory of presidential leadership.
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As noted above, the terms "magistrate" or "chief magistrate" were sometimes used in the early days of the republic to refer to the President of the United States, as in President John Adams's message to the U.S. Senate upon the death of George Washington: "His example is now complete, and it will teach wisdom and virtue to magistrates, citizens.
Against this fear is our chief safeguard, teaching us to obey the magistrates and the laws, particularly such as regard the protection of the injured, whether they are actually on the statute book, or belong to that code which, although unwritten, yet cannot be broken without acknowledged disgrace.
It was a petty offence and the Magistrate had full power to release them on bail, having seen the health condition of the accused. But magistracy failed to discharge its judicial function judiciously.