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Politics of the United States
Assessments for Ch.7
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Section 1: Q.2 What three qualifications for the U.S. presidency using each of the following terms?
One you have to be at least 35 years of age. 2 you are a Native-born American citizen. 3 you have to be a resident of the US for at least 14 years.
Section 1: Q.3 What are the constitutional duties of the vice president of the United States?
The 25th amendment says that if the president dies or leaves office, the
vice president becomes president. The new president then chooses another vice president. He presides over the senate incase of a tie he makes the right vote.
Section 1: Q.4 What did John Adams meanly saying ' I may became everything'?
"I am Vice President. In this I am nothing, but I may become everything." What its trying to say basically is if the president dies he will take over and will be a leader.
Section 1: Q.5 Explain the oder of presidential succession.
The president either dies or leaves the office. What happens next is that the Vice President steps up and helps out. After that is the Speaker of the house then the Pro Temp or Secretary of State then becomes the members of the cabinet.
Section 2: Q.2 what duties does the president carry out as commander in chief?
The most important role of the president is carrying out the laws passed by Congress. To do this the president is inters and Duties of the President charge of 15 cabinet departments and the approximately 3 million civilians who work for the federal government. The president can send the military to anywhere for 60 days.
Section 2: Q.3 What power does the president have that carries the force of law and assist the president in enforcing laws passed by congress?
The President has constitutional powers that carries the force of law.
Section 2: Q.4 Which of the roles of the president do you think is the most important? Which of the roles of the president are the least important? Why?
The most important role of the president is carrying out the laws passed by Congress. I think the least important is the pardon.
Section 2: Q.5 Classify the roles filled by the president and give an example for each?
The roles of the president is the Chief Executive, the Chief Diplomat, and the Commander in Chief, Head of State, the Economic leader, and the Party Leader.
Section 3: Q.2 In what way can trade sanctions and embargoes be used in conducting foreign policy?
Trade sanction is an effort to punish another nation by imposing trade barriers. Embargo is an agreement among a group of nations that prohibits them all from trading with a target nation
Section 3: Q.3 What is (NATO) and how does it fit into the United States foreign policy?
NATO stands for North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Section 3: Q.4 Should congress or the president have more power in conducting foreign affairs?
The basic goal of American foreign policy is national security, the ability to keep the country safe from attack or harm.
Section 3: Q.5 Categorize the tools available to Congress and the president in carrying out foreign policy by completing a graphic organizer like the one below.
These methods include creating treaties; appointing ambassadors; and directing foreign aid, international trade, and military forces.
Section 4: Q.2 What does the Constitution say about the role of the first lady in our government?
First Ladies have an office in the White House as well as a staff that includes a chief of staff and a press spokesperson.
Section 4: Q.3 What is the difference between a private and a government corporation?
These are like private businesses, except that the government rather than individuals owns and operates them.
Section 4: Q.4 What part of the (EOP) do you think is the most important? Why?
EOP stands for Executive Office of the President.
Section 5: Q.5 Organize the roles of people who assist the president by completing a graphic organizer.
The appointments secretary, the assistant for public
relations, the assistant for legislative affairs, and the press secretary.
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