AP GOVERNMENT & POLTICS: David Price and Richard Neu

This mean there is very little power provided for the constitution. He has to have the initiative to make things happen. The presidential power is inconclusive when he commands but remains relevant when persuading. The key to power, Neustadt believes, is the ability to persuade people. Neustadt contends that the power of the President is constantly in jeopardy, and that the ability to persuade is necessary for the president not only to gain power, but to also maintain his power. The president's main task is to persuade others that his idea is the best for everyone. Neustadt believes the president's ability to influence people is necessary to move the three branches of government into action. He says that there are several necessary qualities that a president must have in order to exert this influence. The president must be tenacious while also understanding of others. If he wants to get anything done, he must be persistent, but it is necessary that he listens to the opinions of others and uses their suggestions. As an aspect of his persistence, a president must be able to rebound from adversity. Then, he will have the respect and confidence of the people. "The President's advantages are checked by the advantages


 
 
 
 
 
 



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