Throughout the book, Sorrentino perfectly conveys the growing power of institutions like the FBI and CIA and explores the question of accountability in American politics.
NEW YORK, N.Y. (PRWEB) December 09, 2019
“Presidential Power and The American Political System” discusses modern American political institutions and how they have experienced a loss of public support. This is done through a case study of the FBI’s actions during the tenure of J. Edgar Hoover following their investigations into Martin Luther King Jr’s influence. This compelling book truly explores how American political institutions have grown to become more fragmented and less accountable over the years.
Author and lecturer, Frank M. Sorrentino details the influence of the Presidency and the prominence of bureaucracies based on his extensive research into the subject matter. His nonpartisan look at politics focuses on the interest of these bureaucracies and how their influence gives them the power to operate with a singularity of interest.
Readers will be presented with fascinating case studies that support the country’s descent into an Administrative state. Throughout the book, Sorrentino perfectly conveys the growing power of institutions like the FBI and CIA and explores the question of accountability in American politics.
“American Politics has become more symbolic and ideological making it less capable of adapting to new facts and solving public policy problems. Also, politics have been made out to be less capable of making compromises and resolving differences,” Sorrentino said.
“Presidential Power and The American Political System” will make readers more aware
“Presidential Power and The American Political System”
By Frank M. Sorrentino, PhD
ISBN: (Softcover- 978-1-48087-2622); (Hardcover- 978-1-48087-2646); (E-book- 978-1-48087-2639)
Available at the Archway Publishing Online Bookstore, Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the author
Author Frank M. Sorrentino is a New York City local and an expert in his field of political science, constitutional law, history, philosophy and leadership after having taught these subjects for over forty years. Earning his B.A. at St. John’s University and M.A. and Ph.D. at New York University, he discusses the topic of American government through lectures he gives at various universities and historical societies. He is also the author of eight other books as well as hundreds of articles that discuss the impact of American politics. Learn more here: http://www.frankmsorrentino.com
Contact for book review and interview requests:
LAVIDGE Publicity – Phoenix
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