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If the military is to become politicized, the separation of powers must operate in a different fashion— and here is where Huntington’s argument comes in. On his view, the ongoing competition between House, Senate, and president provides a continuing temptation for military self-aggrandizement on matters large and small. Most obviously, the ser vices are constantly seeking political support for their favorite weapons, organizing congressional coalitions to ﬁght off episodic challenges from civilian budget-cutters in the White House and the higher reaches of the Pentagon.
When Thomas Jefferson settled down in the White House in 1802, the executive establishment residing in Washington, DC, consisted of 132 federal ofﬁcials of all ranks. ) Moving beyond the nation’s capitol, the “executive branch” consisted of 2,875 civilian ofﬁcials. 1 The Constitution now governs a very different world— party primaries have displaced the Electoral College, allowing extremist candidates to mobilize true believers; presidents rely on consultants to manipulate public opinion; the separation of powers concentrates power in the White House and politicizes the operation of a massive bureaucracy.
1 The Constitution now governs a very different world— party primaries have displaced the Electoral College, allowing extremist candidates to mobilize true believers; presidents rely on consultants to manipulate public opinion; the separation of powers concentrates power in the White House and politicizes the operation of a massive bureaucracy. These three factors have transformed the presidency into something the Founders wouldn’t recognize. It is now a large and complex institution that can operate as a launching pad for charismatic extremism 44 The Most Dangerous Branch and bureaucratic lawlessness.