The Addresses and Messages of the Presidents of the United States, from Washington to Tyler: Embracing the Executive Proclamations, Recommendations, Protests, and Vetoes, from 1789-1843, Together with the Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the United States

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Página 465 - ... in such language and form as they may think proper, to discuss his official conduct, and to express and promulgate their opinions concerning it. Indirectly, also, his conduct may come under review in either branch of the legislature, or in the Senate when acting in its executive capacity, and so kr as the executive or legislative proceedings of these bodies may require it.

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