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  1. An action by the House of Representatives to accuse the president, vice president, or other civil officers of the United States of committing "Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors."
  2. The practice of rewarding faithful party workers and followers with government employment and contracts.
  3. The right of executive officials to withold information from or to appear before a legislative committee.
  4. A power of the president derived from the statements in the Constitution that "the executive Power shall be vested in a President" and that the president should "take Care that the laws be faithfully executed"; defined through practice rather than through law.
  5. A power vested in the president by Article II of the Constitution.
  6. The personal office of the president, which tends to presidential political needs and manages the media.

6 True/False questions

  1. Emergency PowerA power of the president derived from the statements in the Constitution that "the executive Power shall be vested in a President" and that the president should "take Care that the laws be faithfully executed"; defined through practice rather than through law.

          

  2. CabinetAn advisory group selected by the president to aid in making decisions. The cabinet includes the heads of fifteen executive departments and others named by the president.

          

  3. Expressed PowerA power of the president that is expressly written into the Constitution or into statutory law.

          

  4. Washington CommunityIndividuals regularly involved with politics in Washington, D.C.

          

  5. Executive Office of the President (EOP)The right of executive officials to withold information from or to appear before a legislative committee.

          

  6. Kitchen CabinetThe informal advisers to the president.

          

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