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The President of the United States /Government Agencies: The President

About the office

The President of the United States is the highest office in the country. The president is the chief executive of the United States, its chief diplomat, commander in chief of the military, head of state, and sets economic policy. Presidential elections are held every four years.

Electronic/internet resources

Related guides

Office of the Federal Register has links to presidential papers and other issuances.

Presidential Documents

Books about the Presidency

Subject Guide

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Nancy Green
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THANK-YOU

Thank-you to my colleague, fellow Librarian: Gwen Sinclair
at the University of Hawaii at Manoa Library for creating the template used for this guide.

Gwen Sinclair
2550 McCarthy Mall, Honolulu HI 96822