Where does congress exert leadership?
policies affecting special interests.
NO WHERE ! DO NOTHING CONGRESS !
Gandhi resigned from leadership of congress in 1934 because - Gandhi (Rightist) supported council entry in 1934 election,but Nehru(Leftist) did not want so. However Gandhi was successful in conciliating the congress members for election. There was ideological difference between section of congress and Gandhi. Gandhi was aware he was out of tune with powerful trend in congress. So he resigned from active politics in 1934 to better serve his thought,deed and words. Later he joined…
Would the president have the final say on how much of the national budget would be spent on a new missile?
Kennedy wanted to exert strong leadership to extend economic benefits to all citizens, but a razor-thin margin of victory limited his mandate. Even though the Democratic Party controlled both houses of Congress, conservative Southerners resisted plans to increase federal aid to education, provide health insurance for the elderly and create a new Department of Urban Affairs. And so, despite his rhetoric, Kennedy's policies were often limited and restrained. Kennedy wanted to exert strong leadership to…
The US presidents have no legal control over the Conggress; however there are political and practical ways the president can exert influence over Congress. Sometimes,but certainly not always, the majority of the houses of Congress are of the same political party as the president and those members will sometimes go along with what that president wants them to do.
This all depends on the Congress and the President. If the president's party has the majority in Congress, he generally works with the majority leaders to get his agenda through Congress. If the president's party is the minority party in Congress, he uses two tools: obstructionism from the minority leadership (the filibuster, and loading up bills with things the majority hates in an attempt to get them tabled), and the veto.
Which war force the United State to exert international leadership and to no longer remain an isolationist country?
Since Congress is separated into two different Houses the leadership roles in each are different. Within what is referred to as the Peoples House there is the Speaker of the House, who is third in line to be president after the Vice-President, then you have the Majority Floor Leader, then the Minority Floor Leader. In the second part of Congress you have the Senate which has a dividing of leadership from the Vice-President, who presides…