- Title Pages
- Chapter One “A King, Under the Title of President”
- Chapter Two “English Whigs, Cordial in Their … Jealousies of Their Executive Magistrate”
- Chapter Three Constituting “His Highness” the President
- Chapter Four The Executive Power as the “Active Principle in All Governments”
- Chapter Five “The Constitutional Executor of the Laws”
- Chapter Six The “Transaction of Business with Foreign Nations Is Executive Altogether”
- Chapter Seven “First General and Admiral of the Confederacy”
- Chapter Eight The Executive Power “of Appointing, Overseeing, and Controlling Those Who Execute the Laws”
- Chapter Nine “Not a Single Privilege Is Annexed to His Character”
- Chapter Ten The “Combined Authority of Execution and Legislation”
- Chapter Eleven Judges as “Shoots from the Executive Stock”
- Chapter Twelve “Whatever Requisition the President Shall Make” and the Federal Duties of State Executives
- Chapter Thirteen The President as “Glorious Protector” of the Constitution
- Imperial from the Beginning
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