Obama's unfulfilled challenge

February 2014
Moderate Voice;2/24/2014, p5
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The article focuses on the use of executive powers by the U.S. President Barack Obama, to govern in the House of Representatives. Topics discussed include 147 executive orders issued by Obama, as per the report of the American Presidency Project at the University of California, Santa Barbara, comparison of the executive powers to that of former Presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter and enlistment of educational institutions to take steps to recruit low-income students.


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