For the JMLP booster in Chicago this March, I outlined a unit plan for how to engage students in discussion about executive power.
This is awesome Marshall. Thanks for sharing. I hope we get some feed back from others on how this worked for them.
Over the course of history, the power of the presidency has witnessed a remarkable evolution. From its modest beginnings as outlined in the U.S. Constitution, the presidency has grown into a formidable force, wielding significant influence both domestically and globally. Through executive orders, the authority to make crucial decisions, and its role as commander-in-chief, the modern presidency possesses immense capabilities to shape policy and the nation's trajectory. However, this growth has also sparked debates about the balance of power and the need for checks and balances to safeguard democracy.