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5 Matching questions

  1. Full Pardon
  2. 12th Amendment
  3. Patronage Power
  4. Job of VP
  5. Chief Legislator
  1. a Pres can fill jobs, some require Senate approval
    can fire anyone he appoints except fed judges and heads or regulatory agencies
  2. b one person, total legal forgiveness granted by Pres
  3. c 1. Proposes legislation
  4. d usually selected for balancing the ticket, only duty is to preside over Senate and in case of a tie, VP acts as a tiebreaker, 1949 law passed by Congress made VP permanent member of National Security Council
  5. e provides procedure for electing Pres and VP

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Pres cuts off at time served, doesn't clean record
  2. 1. Leads party
  3. $400,000 a year
  4. 1. stated in Constitution
    2. only applies to federal law
    3. cannot be challenged
    4. applies to anything except impeachment
  5. VP 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

5 True/False questions

  1. Chief Jurist1. stands as symbol for country: for people and ideas
    2. Ceremonial Duties

          

  2. Pres Successionif VP is empty, Pres nominates who he wants, which has to be approved by majority of the House and Senate

          

  3. War Powers Actpassed over Nixon's veto in 1973, Pres w/in 48 hours must tell Congress what he is doing and why, Congress can stop him by signing a Resolution, if told to get out, Pres has 30 days to do so

          

  4. Chief Executive1. Administers government programs

          

  5. Federal Register1. Proposes legislation