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" He may be both the leader of his party and the leader of the nation, or he may be one or the other. If he lead the nation, his party can hardly resist him. His office is anything he has the sagacity and force to make it. "
The World's Work - Page 595
1916
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The Forum, Volume 51

1914
...such insight and calibre. Its instinct is for unified action, and it craves a single leader. . . . The President may also, if he will, stand within the...him. His office is anything he has the sagacity and force to make it." (P. 68.) " The President is at liberty, both in law and conscience, to be as big...
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Constitutional Government in the United States

Woodrow Wilson - Constitutional law - 1908 - 236 pages
...party counsels and use the advantage of his power and personal force to control its actual programs. He may be both the leader of his party and the leader...him. His office is anything he has the sagacity and force to make it. That is the reason why it has been one thing at one time, another at another. The...
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The President of the United States

Woodrow Wilson - Executive power - 1916 - 70 pages
...party counsels and use the advantage of his power and personal force to control its actual programs. He may be both the leader of his party and the leader...him. His office is anything he has the sagacity and force to make it. That is the reason why it has been one thing at one time, another at another. The...
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Woodrow Wilson: An Interpretation

Alfred Maurice Low - Wilson, Woodrow Thomas - 1918 - 291 pages
...party councils and use the advantage of his power and personal force to control its actual programs. He may be both the leader of his party and the leader...him. His office is anything he has the sagacity and force to make it." Here, once more, Mr. Wilson gives utterance to his dominant thought : it is the...
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Woodrow Wilson: An Interpretation

Alfred Maurice Low - 1918 - 291 pages
...party councils and use the advantage of his power and personal force to control its actual programs. He may be both the leader of his party and the leader...him. His office is anything he has the sagacity and force to make it." Here, once more, Mr. Wilson gives utterance to his dominant thought : it is the...
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The Wisdom of Woodrow Wilson: Being Selections from His Thoughts and ...

Woodrow Wilson - History - 1919 - 194 pages
...overpower him. A PRESIDENT whom the nation trusts can not only lead it, but form it to his own views. . . . He may be both the leader of his party and the leader...him. His office is anything he has the sagacity and force to make it. IF the matter be looked at a little more closely, it will be seen that the office...
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Choosing Presidents: Symbols of Political Leadership

Michael Novak - Political Science - 1992 - 354 pages
...the imagination of the country. He is the representative of no constituency, but of the whole people. He may be both the leader of his party and the leader...him. His office is anything he has the sagacity and force to make it. Some of our Presidents have deliberately held themselves off from using the full...
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Woodrow Wilson: The Essential Political Writings

Woodrow Wilson, Ronald J. Pestritto - Political Science - 2005 - 279 pages
...party counsels and use the advantage of his power and personal force to control its actual programs. He may be both the leader of his party and the leader...him. His office is anything he has the sagacity and force to make it. That is the reason why it has been one thing at one time, another at another. The...
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Who Belongs in America?: Presidents, Rhetoric, and Immigration

Vanessa B. Beasley - Political Science - 2006 - 296 pages
...imagination of the country. He is the representative of no constituency, but of the whole of the people. He may be both the leader of his party and the leader...of the nation, or he may be one or the other. If he leads the nation, his party can hardly resist him. His office is anything he has the sagacity and force...
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Politics & Law in the United States

...Fort Milton, The Eve of Conflict, p. 441. CHAPTER III THE PRESIDENT AND CONGRESS 'The President. . .may be both the leader of his party and the leader...him. His office is anything he has the sagacity and force to make it.' WOODROW WILSON, Constitutional Government in the United States (1908). THE most...
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