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It also acts as the great executive council of the nation ; the treaties which are
concluded by the President must he ratified by the Senate; and the appointments
he may make must be definitively approved by the same body.” t THE
ledged that the executive power would be incompetent to fulfil its task with dignity
and utility, unless it enjoyed a greater degree of stability and of strength than had
been granted to it in the separate States. The President is chosen for four years ...
Executive power in the United States as limited and as partial as the supremacy
which it represents.—Executive power in France as universal as the supremacy it
represents.—The King a branch of the legislature.—The President the mere ...
ACC IDENTAL CAUSES WHICH MAY INCREASE THE INFLUENCE OF • THE
EXECUTIVE. External'tsecurity of the Union.—Army of six thousand men—Few
ships.—The President has no opportunity of exercising his great prerogatives.
ble in proportion to the place which the executive power occupies, and to the
importance it possesses in the State; and they may vary according to the mode of
election, and the circumstances in which the electors are placed. The most
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The social state of these tribes differed also in many respects from all that was seen in the Old World. They seemed to have multiplied freely in the midst of their deserts, without coming in contact with other races more civilized than their own.