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5 Matching questions

  1. According to the intentions of the Constitution, the president in his role as commander in chief has the power to
  2. As commander in chief, the president
  3. What is it called if the president shortens a federal prison sentence?
  4. When someone lies under oath it is referred to as:
  5. The purpose of the National Security Council is to
  1. a commutation
  2. b perjury.
  3. c command forces in the event of war.
  4. d advise the president on foreign and defense policy.
  5. e can determine military strategy if he chooses

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. although Congress passed a law granting presidents the power, the Supreme Court ruled the act unconstitutional.
  2. Senate
  3. veto
  4. executive orders
  5. declare war.

5 True/False questions

  1. In October 1973, Congress passed the _______________ which states that the president cannot send troops into military conflict for more than ninety days without seeking a formal declaration of war from Congress.War Powers Act

          

  2. The president's executive powers are stipulated inArticle II of the Constitution.

          

  3. ________________, the hero of the Revolutionary War whom the Framers had in mind for the office, helped shape the idea of what a president should be.vice president

          

  4. The vice president's traditional role in legislative leadership has been deemedinsignificant.

          

  5. The right of a president to refuse to make some internal documents and private conversations public isexecutive privilege.

          

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