Could We Have Another Watergate?

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American History


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Each of the branches must have the leadership and the courage to do its job. For, if the Congress and the courts are passive in the face of a president's assertion of excessive power, and the people are uninformed of the danger, the country can once again face the loss of precious constitutional freedoms...
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In the case of the Watergate scandal President Nixon was an aggressor, and believed that the President should have more power than the founding fathers intended the President to have. The same case could be made about the present President of the U.S., George W. Bush, with the Bush's administration putting forth the Patriot act...
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