American Government

As the country has grown and evolved, so too has the Executive Office of the President and the independent agencies. Give FOUR specific examples demonstrating how the evolution of the executive branch has mirrored the evolution of the nation. Include at least ONE pre-twentieth century example.

Please, I need examples!

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  1. See the sites I linked to your last post.

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  2. those don't really show how the evolution has mirrored the evolution of the nation

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  3. What about executive privilege and war powers? What about the others explained in that article.

    I only linked one site.

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  4. Four examples:
    Size,
    Resposibilities,
    Power,
    Role of Vice President.

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