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  1. In _______________ the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that executive privilege is not absolute and must give way when the government needs the information for a trial.
  2. According to the intentions of the Constitution, the president in his role as commander in chief has the power to
  3. Who does the Constitution give the power to declare war?
  4. What are the formal responsibilities of the first lady?
  5. The president's right to engage in communications with his advisers that he does not have to reveal is referred to as:
  1. a United States v. Nixon
  2. b executive privilege.
  3. c command forces in the event of war.
  4. d Congress
  5. e None

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. All of the above
  2. grant pardons and reprieves.
  3. veto
  4. appoints ambassadors, although the Senate must confirm them.
  5. Article II of the Constitution.

5 True/False Questions

  1. Presidents derive their official authority from the following sources EXCEPTdelegated by the Supreme Court

          

  2. The president can erase the guilt and restore the rights of anyone convicted of a federal crime, except an impeached president, through theAll of the above

          

  3. With regard to the line-item veto,only recently been given significant responsibilities by the president.

          

  4. The purpose of the National Security Council is toan informal duty or role.

          

  5. The Twenty-Second Amendment (1951), limits the president to _____ elected terms.Congress

          

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