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5 Matching questions

  1. Chief Jurist
  2. Patronage Power
  3. Commander In Chief
  4. Czars
  5. Chief of State
  1. a 1. Enforces court decisions
    2. Exercises right of pardon
    3. Appoints federal judges
  2. b 1. stands as symbol for country: for people and ideas
    2. Ceremonial Duties
  3. c not appointed by Pres, but have jobs to advise him
  4. d 1. Maintains civilian control of armed forces
  5. e Pres can fill jobs, some require Senate approval
    can fire anyone he appoints except fed judges and heads or regulatory agencies

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1. Run department
    2. Advise Pres on matters concerning their department
    3. Represent department in any dealings w/ Congress
  2. 1. Administers government programs
  3. meeting of all world leaders to discuss world issues, Pres goes to as Chief Diplomat
  4. ?
  5. 1967, Pres Disability and Pres Succession

5 True/False questions

  1. State of the Unionevery year in January, Pres gives this speech to the House and Senate, telling where is the US is at, where it ought to be and how to get there

          

  2. Pres SuccessionVP can take over when notified w/ letter by Pres that he can no longer carry out his duties, If Pres id unwilling/unable to write letter, VP can take over w/ approval of majority of cabinet (8), which can be challenged by Pres - Pres stays Pres and Congress has 21 days to decide Pres or VP (if no decision, Pres remains), 2/3 vote of House and Senate needed to keep VP

          

  3. AmnestyPres can veto anything passed by the House or Senate, but a Pres Veto can be overridden with 2/3 vote of both Houses

          

  4. Salary of VP$202,000 per year

          

  5. Coup D'Etat1. Establishes foreign policy
    2. Writes treaties
    3. Grants recognition to new governments

          

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