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Meridian books , M English View all editions and formats Rating: Woodrow Wilson , Walter Lippmann. A Study in American Politics By: Product Description Product Details A remarkable work of scholarship, Congressional Government addresses the difficulties inherent in the American Constitution's separation of legislative and executive powers.
Woodrow Wilson wrote this powerful political tract as his doctoral dissertation, and it contains the essence of the future president's political reasoning. A popular and critical success upon its publication, it remains remarkably vital more than a century later.
Wilson argues that in the years following the Civil War, the legislature received unfair advantages from the system of checks and balances, threatening the effectiveness of the constitutionally mandated separation of powers.