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The Unitary Executive Theory | BRI Scholar Talks

What are the problems and concerns with the Unitary Executive Theory of the Presidency? In this episode of Scholar Talks, Dr. Mark J. Rozell, founding dean of the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University, joins BRI Senior Teaching Fellow Tony Williams to discuss his newest book “Unitary Executive Theory: A Danger to Constitutional Government.” Together, they touch on topics such as the historical origins of the Unitary Executive Theory, the constitutional dangers surrounding it, and contemporary examples of presidents who exercised it. How has the use of presidential "czars" undermined Congress and the Constitution?

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