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AP Government: Chapter 13
Franking privilege
Divided government
Unified government
Coalition
The ability of members of Congress to mail letters to their c…
One party controls the presidency while the other controls on…
One party controls both the presidency and Congress
An alliance of factions
Franking privilege
The ability of members of Congress to mail letters to their c…
Divided government
One party controls the presidency while the other controls on…
35 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
majority leader
select committees
franking privilege
roll call vote
The legislative leader elected by party members holding the m…
Congressional committees appointed for a limited time period…
The ability of members of Congress to mail letters to their c…
A congressional voting procedure that consists of members ans…
majority leader
The legislative leader elected by party members holding the m…
select committees
Congressional committees appointed for a limited time period…
56 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
Attitudinal view of representation
General Accounting Office
Private Bill
Bicameral Legislature
a view of representation where congressional members make dec…
an agency that used to perform routine financial examinations…
a bill that concerns specific, private, personal, or local is…
a law making body made up of two chambers or parts
Attitudinal view of representation
a view of representation where congressional members make dec…
General Accounting Office
an agency that used to perform routine financial examinations…
AP Government Chapter 13
majority leader
select committees
franking privilege
caucus
The legislative leader elected by party members holding the m…
Congressional committees appointed for a limited time period…
The ability of members of Congress to mail letters to their c…
A meeting of party members to select delegates backing one or…
majority leader
The legislative leader elected by party members holding the m…
select committees
Congressional committees appointed for a limited time period…
32 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
majority leader
select committees
franking privilege
roll call vote
The legislative leader elected by party members holding the m…
Congressional committees appointed for a limited time period…
The ability of members of Congress to mail letters to their c…
A congressional voting procedure that consists of members ans…
majority leader
The legislative leader elected by party members holding the m…
select committees
Congressional committees appointed for a limited time period…
35 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
majority leader
select committees
franking privilege
roll call vote
The legislative leader elected by party members holding the m…
Congressional committees appointed for a limited time period…
The ability of members of Congress to mail letters to their c…
A congressional voting procedure that consists of members ans…
majority leader
The legislative leader elected by party members holding the m…
select committees
Congressional committees appointed for a limited time period…
37 terms
AP Government--Chapter 13
bicameral legislature
filibuster
marginal districts
safe districts
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
An attempt to defeat a bill in the Senate by talking indefini…
Political districts in which candidates elected to the House…
Districts in which incumbents win by margins of 55% or more
bicameral legislature
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
filibuster
An attempt to defeat a bill in the Senate by talking indefini…
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Chapter 13 Vocab AP Government
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrat
Department
Independent Stand-alone Agency
A form of organization that operates through impersonal, unif…
A career government employee
Usually the largest organization in government with the large…
A government agency that operates outside a traditional gover…
Bureaucracy
A form of organization that operates through impersonal, unif…
Bureaucrat
A career government employee
14 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
Twenty-second Amendment
impeachment
Watergate
Twenty-fifth Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Passed in 1951, this amendment permits the vice president to…
Twenty-second Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
AP Government Chapter 13
Twenty-Second Amendment
Twenty-Fifth Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
Ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president t…
Political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, prescr…
Events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democratic n…
Twenty-Second Amendment
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
Twenty-Fifth Amendment
Ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president t…
AP Government Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Twenty-second Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
Twenty-fifth Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Passed in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president to…
Twenty-second Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
Impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
18 terms
AP Government Chapter 13 Vocabulary
caucus (political)
expressed powers
delegated powers
inherent powers
a normally closed political party business meeting of citizen…
specific powers granted by the Constitution to Congress (Arti…
constitutional powers that are assigned to one governmental a…
powers claimed by a president that are not expressed in the C…
caucus (political)
a normally closed political party business meeting of citizen…
expressed powers
specific powers granted by the Constitution to Congress (Arti…
AP Government Chapter 13 Vocabulary
22nd Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
25th Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Passed in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president to…
22nd Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
Impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
AP Government Chapter 13 Vocab
Budget
Deficit
Expenditures
Revenues
a summary of intended expenditures along with proposals for h…
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
Federal spending of revenues. Major areas of such spending ar…
The financial resources of the federal government. The indivi…
Budget
a summary of intended expenditures along with proposals for h…
Deficit
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
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ap government chapter 13 vocabulary
judiciary act of 1789
district courts
appellate jurisdiction
judicial review
the law in which congress laid out the organization of the fe…
lower-level trial courts of the federal judicial system that…
the authority of a court to hear appeals from lower courts an…
the supreme court's power to strike down a law or executive b…
judiciary act of 1789
the law in which congress laid out the organization of the fe…
district courts
lower-level trial courts of the federal judicial system that…
AP GOVERNMENT CHAPTER 13
Advice and Consent
Appointment power
Cabinet
Chief diplomat
Terms in the constitution describing the US and its power to…
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
And advisory group selected by the president to aid in making…
The role of the president and recognize inform governments, m…
Advice and Consent
Terms in the constitution describing the US and its power to…
Appointment power
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
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AP Government Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Twenty-Second Amendment
Twenty-Fifth Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
Ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president t…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Twenty-Second Amendment
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
Twenty-Fifth Amendment
Ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president t…
25 terms
Chapter 13 AP Government
Articles of impeachment
Balanced Ticket
Cabinet
Chief of staff
Charges against the president during an impeachment.
The selection of a running mate who brings diversity of ideol…
The group of experts chosen by the president to serve as advi…
Among the most important staff members of the White House Off…
Articles of impeachment
Charges against the president during an impeachment.
Balanced Ticket
The selection of a running mate who brings diversity of ideol…
AP government chapter 13
electorate
mandate
primary election
closed primary
the citizens eligible to vote
a command indicated by an electorates votes for the elected o…
election in which voters decide which of the candidates withi…
a primary election in which only a parties registered voters…
electorate
the citizens eligible to vote
mandate
a command indicated by an electorates votes for the elected o…
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AP Government Chapter 13
"bully pulpit"
pocket veto
presidential coattails
war powers act/resolution
implies that presidents can persuade or even mobilize the pub…
veto taking place when congress adjourns within 10 days of su…
occurs when voters cast their ballots for congressional candi…
law passed in 1973; requires presidents to consult with congr…
"bully pulpit"
implies that presidents can persuade or even mobilize the pub…
pocket veto
veto taking place when congress adjourns within 10 days of su…
22 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
Budget
Deficit
Expenditures
Revenues
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
Federal spending of revenues. Major areas such as spending ar…
The financial resources of the federal government. The indivi…
Budget
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
Deficit
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
Chapter 13-AP Government
According to James Madison, which part…
Session
term
Congressional reappointment
legislative branch
period of time when a Congress meets and conducts their busin…
period of time when a Congressman is in power
the redistribution of seats in the House based on information…
According to James Madison, which part…
legislative branch
Session
period of time when a Congress meets and conducts their busin…
24 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
electorate
mandate
prospective judgement
primaries
citizens eligible to vote
command, indicated by an electorate's votes, for the elected…
voter's evaluation of performance of the party in power
election in which voters decide which of the candidates withi…
electorate
citizens eligible to vote
mandate
command, indicated by an electorate's votes, for the elected…
39 terms
AP Government Chapter 13 Terms
bicameral legislature
caucus
Cloture rule
Concurrent resolution
Congressional legislature made up of two parts
a meeting
a rule used by the senate to end/limit debate on a bill
opinion without law requiring approval of house and senate, b…
bicameral legislature
Congressional legislature made up of two parts
caucus
a meeting
Chapter 13 AP Government
Ad Hoc Structure
Circular Structure
Pyramid Structure
Bully Pulpit
several subordinates, cabinet officers, and committees report…
several of the president's assistants report directly to him
a president's subordinates report to him through a clear chai…
the president's use of his prestige authority, and visibility…
Ad Hoc Structure
several subordinates, cabinet officers, and committees report…
Circular Structure
several of the president's assistants report directly to him
AP Government Chapter 13
Budget
Deficit
Expenditures
Revenues
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
Federal spending of revenues. Major areas such as spending ar…
The financial resources of the federal government. The indivi…
Budget
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
Deficit
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
AP Government - Chapter 13 Vocabulary (Meeks)
Cabinet
Chief Diplomat
Chief Executive
Chief Legislature
An advisory group selected by the president to aid in making…
The role of the president in recognizing foreign governments,…
The role of the president as head of executive branch of the…
The role of the president in the making of the laws.
Cabinet
An advisory group selected by the president to aid in making…
Chief Diplomat
The role of the president in recognizing foreign governments,…
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AP Government: Chapter 13 (The Presidency)
22nd Amendment
Impeachment
House of Representatives
Watergate
Passed in 1951; amendment that limits presidents to two terms…
Political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, prescr…
The _________ ___ __________ may impeach a president by a maj…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
22nd Amendment
Passed in 1951; amendment that limits presidents to two terms…
Impeachment
Political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, prescr…
14 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
Twenty-Second Amendment
Twenty-Fifth Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
Ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president t…
Political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, prescr…
Events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democratic n…
Twenty-Second Amendment
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
Twenty-Fifth Amendment
Ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president t…
21 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
nomination campaign
general election campaign
campaign manager
finance chair
Phase a political campaign aimed at winning a primary election.
Phase of a political campaign aimed at winning election to of…
The individual who travels with the candidate and coordinates…
The individual who coordinates the financial business of the…
nomination campaign
Phase a political campaign aimed at winning a primary election.
general election campaign
Phase of a political campaign aimed at winning election to of…
229 terms
AP government chapter 13
Congress is the...
this is heavily emphasized where?
Congress is describe as?
Congress versus Parliament
the least popular branch
in the text of the Constitution
An independent and powerful institution
...
Congress is the...
the least popular branch
this is heavily emphasized where?
in the text of the Constitution
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Chapter 13 AP Government
Income Tax
Deficit
Revenues
Expenditures
Type of tax that takes a portion (10-35%) of an individuals w…
Type of budget in which expenditures are more than revenues.…
Gov. income. Biggest examples of income for the gov. are pers…
Gov. spending. The biggest examples here are social services…
Income Tax
Type of tax that takes a portion (10-35%) of an individuals w…
Deficit
Type of budget in which expenditures are more than revenues.…
27 terms
AP Government Chapter 13 Vocab
22nd Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
25th Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Passed in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president to…
22nd Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
Impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
AP Government Chapter 13 Review
Electorate
Mandate
Closed Primary
Open Primary
All the people in a country or area who are entitled to vote…
The authority to carry out a policy or course of action, rega…
A type of direct primary limited to registered party members…
A primary election in which voters are not required to declar…
Electorate
All the people in a country or area who are entitled to vote…
Mandate
The authority to carry out a policy or course of action, rega…
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AP Government Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Chief of Staff
12th Amendment
Head of State
Chief Executive
The person who is named to direct the White House Office and…
Required the separate election of the President and Vice Pres…
The role of the president as the ceremonial head of the gover…
The role of the president to enforce the acts of Congress, th…
Chief of Staff
The person who is named to direct the White House Office and…
12th Amendment
Required the separate election of the President and Vice Pres…
18 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
Nomination Campaign
General Election Campaign
Finance Chair
Communications Director
Phase of a political campaign aimed at winning a primary elec…
Phase of a political campaign aimed at winning election to of…
The individual who coordinates the financial business of the…
The person who develops the overall media strategy for the ca…
Nomination Campaign
Phase of a political campaign aimed at winning a primary elec…
General Election Campaign
Phase of a political campaign aimed at winning election to of…
AP Government Chapter 13
Budget
Deficit
Expenditures
Revenues
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
Federal spending of revenues. Major areas such as spending ar…
The financial resources of the federal government. The indivi…
Budget
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
Deficit
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues.
AP Government Chapter 13
Nomination Campaign
General Election Campaign
Communications Director
Press Secretary
Political campaign aimed at winning a primary election
Political campaign aimed at winning election to office
Organizes the overall media strategy for a candidate
Individual who interacts and communicates with the media
Nomination Campaign
Political campaign aimed at winning a primary election
General Election Campaign
Political campaign aimed at winning election to office
22 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
Expenditures
Revenues
Income Tax
Tax Expenditures
Federal spending of revenues. Major areas such as spending ar…
The financial resources of the federal government. The indivi…
Shares of individual wages and corporate revenues collected b…
Revenue losses that result from special exemptions, exclusion…
Expenditures
Federal spending of revenues. Major areas such as spending ar…
Revenues
The financial resources of the federal government. The indivi…
AP Government Chapter 13
Twenty Second Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
Twenty Fifth Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break in at the democrat…
Passed in 1951, this amendment permits the vice president to…
Twenty Second Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
Impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
ap government chapter 13 vocab.
cabinet
chief diplomat
chief executive
chief legislator
Advisory council for the president consisting of the heads of…
The role of the president in recognizing foreign governments,…
Decides how the laws of the US are to be enforced and choosin…
The role of the president in influencing the making of laws.
cabinet
Advisory council for the president consisting of the heads of…
chief diplomat
The role of the president in recognizing foreign governments,…
AP Government Chapter 13 vocabulary
Attitudinal view
Bicameral legislature
Caucus
Christmas tree Bill
Explanation of congressional voting which emphasizes the impa…
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
An association of members of congress created to advocate a p…
Hey Bill that has many riders
Attitudinal view
Explanation of congressional voting which emphasizes the impa…
Bicameral legislature
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
AP Government Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Factions
Interest Groups
Political Action Committees (PACS)
Lobbying
A group of citizens united by some common passion or interest…
An organization of individuals who share a common political g…
The fundraising arms of interest groups
Interest group activities aimed at persuading policymakers to…
Factions
A group of citizens united by some common passion or interest…
Interest Groups
An organization of individuals who share a common political g…
14 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
Twenty-second Amendment
impeachment
Watergate
Twenty-fifth Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Passed in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president to…
Twenty-second Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
AP Government Chapter 13
Bicameral legislature
Filibuster
Marginal districts
Safe districts
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
An attempt to defeat a bill in the Senate by talking indefini…
Political districts in which candidates elected to the House…
Districts in which incumbents win by margins of 55 percent or…
Bicameral legislature
A lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
Filibuster
An attempt to defeat a bill in the Senate by talking indefini…
Chapter 13- AP Government
Twenty-second Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
Twenty-Fifth Amendment
passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
the political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
the events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
passed in 1951, this amendment permits the vice president to…
Twenty-second Amendment
passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
Impeachment
the political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
20 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
appropriation
bureaucracy
iron triangle
issue network
Money set aside (by the legislature) for a specific purpose.…
A system of departments and agencies formed to carry out the…
A close relationship between an agency, a congressional commi…
A policy-making alliance among loosely connected participants…
appropriation
Money set aside (by the legislature) for a specific purpose.…
bureaucracy
A system of departments and agencies formed to carry out the…
AP Government chapter 13
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrat
Department
Independent agency
A form of organization that operates through impersonal, unif…
A career government employee.
Usually the largest organization in government with the large…
A government entity that is independent of the legislative, e…
Bureaucracy
A form of organization that operates through impersonal, unif…
Bureaucrat
A career government employee.
14 terms
AP Government Chapter 13
Twenty-second Amendment
impeachment
Watergate
Twenty-fifth Amendment
limits presidents to two terms of office.
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
permits the vice president to become acting president if cabi…
Twenty-second Amendment
limits presidents to two terms of office.
impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
AP Government Chapter 13
Twenty-Second Amendment
impeachment
Watergate
Twenty-Fifth Amendment
passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
the political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
the events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the democrat…
passed in 1967, this amendment permits the VP to become actin…
Twenty-Second Amendment
passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
impeachment
the political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
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