I WILL MEDAL!!!!! How has the U.S. Supreme court case United States v. Nixon has impacted society?
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But leave it to the 5000 year old wizard to tell you ;^)
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it firmly established that the president of the United States could not use executive privilege as an absolute defense against judicial inquiry.
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The division of power in the U.S. government has always been a contentious issue, with the judicial, legislative and executive branches often disagreeing over limits on their particular powers. An early example of this disagreement occurred in 1796 when the House of Representatives demanded documents relating to the Jay Treaty that the Senate signed with Great Britain. President Washington refused to hand over those documents, arguing that the power to make treaties lay entirely with the Senate, and the House had no right to the requested information.
Nixon tried doing the same thing but it failed thus he resigned his position as a President
DarkMoonZ is right, basically it established that the president cannot just say "Hey, I'm the head executive of this country, so my decision tops everyone" If the judiciary systems says yes to a bill, the president cannot just say no with the only reason being that he is the president. He needs justifiable means.