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Revision as of 02:11, 12 March 2008

Overview

The President of the United States (often abbreviated "PotUS") is nominally the head of the US government, although his actual powers are supposed to be limited by the US constitution, especially the constitutionally-mandated separation of powers.

During his time in office, George W. Bush made many strides towards increasing the power of the president; it is not clear how these increases will play out in subsequent administrations, giving unusually large significance to the 2008 US presidential race.

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