Dr. Nawara Explains U.S. Presidential Executive Orders

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Dr. Nawara Explains U.S. Presidential Executive Orders

Published: February 2, 2017.

Executive orders are directives to executive agencies, says Dr. Dr. Steve Nawara, assistant professor of Political Science at Lewis University in Illinois.

In this video he continues to answer more questions about Executive Orders. How do they work? How can Executive Orders be stopped? How often do presidents issue Executive Orders?

Visit http://www.lewisu.edu/academics/polscience/ to learn more about studying Political Science at Lewis University.

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