The various components of this chapter are highly related with the course content in the sense that Presidential powers might impose significant impact on the entire political system of the nation. In this regard, American constitution provides Presidents with the powers to frame proposals and develop effective strategies (Ginsberg, Lowi, Weir and Tolbert 492-534).
Ginsberg, Lowi, Weir and Tolbert (492-534) stated that Presidents have the responsibility to safeguard every state against any kind of assault as well as national violence. Thus, it is quite vital to understand the powers of Presidents that have extensive influences on various federal aspects of the US (Ginsberg, Lowi, Weir and Tolbert 492-534).
Ginsberg, Lowi, Weir and Tolbert (492-534) further stated that although Presidents are somehow unable to introduce any strict legislation and do not possess leading role in making law, they play imperative role in other spheres that include budget creation and dealing with key national problems. However, a President can expand his/her power through performing effective management practices. Going public is also regarded as one of the chief sources of Presidential power. Particularly, in the political system of America, the varied constitutional powers of Presidents have huge role to play in directing the nation towards right path (Ginsberg, Lowi, Weir and Tolbert