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US Government Chapter 14
Executive Article
Mass Media
Imperial Presidency
Oath of Office
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
Forms of Communication, including printed publications, radio…
Term used to describe a President as an "emporer" who acts wi…
Oath taken by the President on the day he takes office, pledg…
Executive Article
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
Mass Media
Forms of Communication, including printed publications, radio…
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Chapter 14 Vocabulary US Government
amnesty
alien
resident alien
nonresident alien
a group pardon to individuals for an offense against the gove…
a person who lives in a country where he or she is not a citi…
a person from a foreign nation who has established permanent…
a person from a foreign country who expects to stay in the Un…
amnesty
a group pardon to individuals for an offense against the gove…
alien
a person who lives in a country where he or she is not a citi…
Chapter 14 US Government
Executive Article
imperial presidency
executive order
ordinance power
Article II of the Constitution, Establishes the presidency an…
Term used to describe a President as an emperor who acts with…
Directive, rule, or regulation issued by a chief executive or…
Power of the President to issue executive orders; originates…
Executive Article
Article II of the Constitution, Establishes the presidency an…
imperial presidency
Term used to describe a President as an emperor who acts with…
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Chapter 14 US Government
Executive Article
Mass Media
Imperial Presidency
Oath of Office
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
Those means of communication that reach large audiences, espe…
Term used to describe a President as an emperor who acts with…
Oath taken by the President on the day he takes office, pledg…
Executive Article
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
Mass Media
Those means of communication that reach large audiences, espe…
US Government: Chapter 14
Alien
Resident alien
Nonresident alien
Illegal alien
Person who lives in a country where he or she is not a citizen
Person from a foreign nation who has established permanent re…
A person from a foreign country who expects to stay in the US…
A person who comes to the US without a legal permit
Alien
Person who lives in a country where he or she is not a citizen
Resident alien
Person from a foreign nation who has established permanent re…
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US government: Chapter 14
What is public policy?
Who makes public policy in the United…
who makes up the group of governmental…
Steps in the policy making process
relatively stable, purposive course of action followed by gov…
1. Governmental Actors... 2. non-governmental actors... 3. citizens
-Legislatures: by proposing bills ... -executives: executive ord…
1. Agenda setting ... 2. Framing... 3. policy formation... 4. policy i…
What is public policy?
relatively stable, purposive course of action followed by gov…
Who makes public policy in the United…
1. Governmental Actors... 2. non-governmental actors... 3. citizens
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Chapter 14 US Government
Executive Article
Mass Media
Imperial Presidency
Oath of Office
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
Those means of communication that reach large audiences, espe…
Term used to describe a President as an emperor who acts with…
Oath taken by the President on the day he takes office, pledg…
Executive Article
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
Mass Media
Those means of communication that reach large audiences, espe…
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Us Government chapter 14
Executive Article
Imperial Presidency
Executive Orders
Ordinance Power
The Article II of the constitution
Used to describe a President as an "emperor" who acts without…
Directive, rules,or regulations that have the effect of law
Power of the president to issue executive orders
Executive Article
The Article II of the constitution
Imperial Presidency
Used to describe a President as an "emperor" who acts without…
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Chapter 14 US Government
Executive Article
Mass Media
Imperial Presidency
Oath of Office
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
Those means of communication that reach large audiences, espe…
Term used to describe a President as an emperor who acts with…
Oath taken by the President on the day he takes office, pledg…
Executive Article
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
Mass Media
Those means of communication that reach large audiences, espe…
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Chapter 14 US Government
Executive Article
Mass Media
Imperial Presidency
Oath of Office
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
Those means of communication that reach large audiences, espe…
Term used to describe a President as an emperor who acts with…
Oath taken by the President on the day he takes office, pledg…
Executive Article
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
Mass Media
Those means of communication that reach large audiences, espe…
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US Government Chapter 14
22nd Amendment
Vice Presidential Exception
25th Amendment
Chief of the Executive
set a two term limit
Less than half a term (under 2 years), can still hold office…
Less than half a term (under 2 years) ... Can still hold 2 for t…
Enforces laws, treaties, court decisions; Appoints officials;…
22nd Amendment
set a two term limit
Vice Presidential Exception
Less than half a term (under 2 years), can still hold office…
AP US Government Chapter 14 Key Terms
divided government
unified government
gridlock
electoral college
one party controls the White House and another party controls…
the same party controls the White House and both houses of Co…
the inability of the government to act because rival parties…
the people chosen to cast each state's votes in a presidentia…
divided government
one party controls the White House and another party controls…
unified government
the same party controls the White House and both houses of Co…
chapter 14 US government
republic
US constitution
legislative branch
executive branch
US form of government; people elect their representatives
plan for our country's federal government
makes the laws
carries out the laws made by the legislative branch
republic
US form of government; people elect their representatives
US constitution
plan for our country's federal government
AP US Government - Chapter 14
writ of habeas corpus
ex post facto law
due process clause
selective incorporation
A court order requiring explanation to a judge as to why a pr…
A retroactive criminal law that works to the disadvantage of…
A clause in the Fifth Amendment limiting the power of the nat…
The process by which provisions of the Bill of Rights are bro…
writ of habeas corpus
A court order requiring explanation to a judge as to why a pr…
ex post facto law
A retroactive criminal law that works to the disadvantage of…
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AP US Government: Chapter 14
Bureaucracy
Patronage
Civil Service
Merit Principle
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
A system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
A system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
The idea that hiring should be based on entrance exams and pr…
Bureaucracy
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
Patronage
A system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
US Government & Politics Chapter 14
balanced budget
bush doctrine
capital gains tax
central intelligence agency (CIA)
budget in which expenditures equal revenues
policy that supports preemptive attacks as legitimate tactic…
tex levied on the returns that people earn from capital inves…
government organization that oversees foreign intelligence ga…
balanced budget
budget in which expenditures equal revenues
bush doctrine
policy that supports preemptive attacks as legitimate tactic…
US Government Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Executive Article
Imperial Presidency
Executive Order
Ordinance Power
Article II of the Constitution; Establishes the presidency an…
Term used to describe a president as an "emperor" who acts wi…
Directives, rules, or regulations that have the effect of the…
Power of the president to issue executive orders; originates…
Executive Article
Article II of the Constitution; Establishes the presidency an…
Imperial Presidency
Term used to describe a president as an "emperor" who acts wi…
AP US Government Chapter 14
budget
deficit
expenditures
revenues
a policy document allocating burdens(taxes) and benefits(expe…
an excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
government spending of revenues. Major areas of federal spend…
the financial resources of the government. The individual inc…
budget
a policy document allocating burdens(taxes) and benefits(expe…
deficit
an excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
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AP US Government Chapter 14
Budget
Deficit
Expenditures
Revenues
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
Government spending revenues. Major areas of federal spending…
Th financial resources of the government. The individual inco…
Budget
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
Deficit
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
AP US Government Chapter 14
501 (c) Group
527 Group
Buckley v. Valeo (1976)
Citizens United v. FEC (Federal Electi…
Interest groups whose primary purpose is not electoral politi…
Tax exempt organization created to influence the nomination/e…
Supreme court case that introduced the notion that spending m…
U.S. Supreme Court ruled that corporations and unions have th…
501 (c) Group
Interest groups whose primary purpose is not electoral politi…
527 Group
Tax exempt organization created to influence the nomination/e…
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AP US Government Chapter 14
Budget
Deficit
Expenditures
Revenues
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
Government spending revenues. Major areas of federal spending…
Th financial resources of the government. The individual inco…
Budget
A policy document allocating burdens (taxes) and benefits (ex…
Deficit
An excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
AP US Government Chapter 14
What is the difference between patrona…
What are the basic types of agencies i…
Explain the relationship between inter…
What was the significance of Munn v. I…
Patronage= hiring and promotion system based on political fac…
1. Cabinet departments... 2. Independent regulating commissions…
Interest groups consider the rule making by the IRC very impo…
1.Congress created the first a regulatory agency, ICC (inters…
What is the difference between patrona…
Patronage= hiring and promotion system based on political fac…
What are the basic types of agencies i…
1. Cabinet departments... 2. Independent regulating commissions…
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AP US Government Chapter 14
budget
deficit
expenditures
revenues
how money is allocated from a certain system
the amount lost from the government (not enough money)
how much money is spent
how much money is made
budget
how money is allocated from a certain system
deficit
the amount lost from the government (not enough money)
AP US Government Chapter 14
budget
deficit
expenditures
revenues
a policy document allocating burdens(taxes) and benefits(expe…
an excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
government spending of revenues. Major areas of federal spend…
the financial resources of the government. The individual inc…
budget
a policy document allocating burdens(taxes) and benefits(expe…
deficit
an excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
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Chapter 14 ap us government
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 of such 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
US Government Chapter 14 Review
Beauracracy (Government)
Growth of bureaucratic state
Department
Chief of department is known as?
large, complex organization in which employees have specific…
-20th Century gov. in all levels grew enormously... -Reasons: I…
Biggest unit of executive branch covering a broad area of gov…
Secretary (There is 15 different kinds)
Beauracracy (Government)
large, complex organization in which employees have specific…
Growth of bureaucratic state
-20th Century gov. in all levels grew enormously... -Reasons: I…
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AP US Government Chapter 14
Bureaucracy
Hierarchal Authority
Task Specialization
Merit Principle
Collection of agencies, employees, and policies; hierarchal a…
Power flows from the top down and responsibility flows from t…
Experts instead of amateurs perform technical jobs
Entrance and promotion are awarded on the basis of demonstrat…
Bureaucracy
Collection of agencies, employees, and policies; hierarchal a…
Hierarchal Authority
Power flows from the top down and responsibility flows from t…
Chapter 14 US Government SHS
Latino
Reasons immigrants are feared
Chinese Exclusion Act
Immigration Act of 1924
A person of Latin American origin or descent
From the evolutionary aspect, fear of competition for resourc…
The Chinese Exclusion Act was a United States federal law sig…
The Immigration Act of 1924, AKA The Johnson-Reed Act, limite…
Latino
A person of Latin American origin or descent
Reasons immigrants are feared
From the evolutionary aspect, fear of competition for resourc…
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US Constitution and Government-Chapter 14
docket
plea bargain
criminal cases
judicial review
A court's agenda.
A defendant's admission of guilt in exchange for a... less sever…
Court cases involving a crime, or violation of... public order.
The power to declare congressional (and... presidential) acts in…
docket
A court's agenda.
plea bargain
A defendant's admission of guilt in exchange for a... less sever…
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AP US Government - Chapter 14
Bureaucracy
Patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
Civil Service
...
...
...
...
Bureaucracy
...
Patronage
...
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AP US Government Chapter 14
budget
deficit
expenditures
revenues
a policy document allocating burdens(taxes) and benefits(expe…
an excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
government spending of revenues. Major areas of federal spend…
the financial resources of the government. The individual inc…
budget
a policy document allocating burdens(taxes) and benefits(expe…
deficit
an excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
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US Government Chapter 14: The Courts
Judicial review
Criminal case
Civil cases
Plea-bargain
Power to declare congressional and presidential acts invalid…
A court case involving crime or violation of public order
A court case that involves a private dispute arising from suc…
A defendants admission of guilt in exchange for less severe p…
Judicial review
Power to declare congressional and presidential acts invalid…
Criminal case
A court case involving crime or violation of public order
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AP US Government Chapter 14
bureaucracy
patronage
Pendelton Civil Service Act
civil service
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
a system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
Passed in 1883, an act that created a federal civil service s…
a system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
bureaucracy
According to Max Weber, a hierarchical authority structure th…
patronage
a system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
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AP US Government - Chapter 14
Bureaucracy
Patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
Civil service
A hierarchical authority structure that uses task specializat…
A patronage job, promotion, or contract that is given for pol…
1883: An act that created a federal civil service so that hir…
Hiring and promotions based on merit principle and the desire…
Bureaucracy
A hierarchical authority structure that uses task specializat…
Patronage
A patronage job, promotion, or contract that is given for pol…
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Government Alive! Chapter 14
Fiscal Year
Balanced Budget
Budget Surplus
Federal Deficit
The 12-month accounting period an organization uses for budge…
A spending plan in which the revenues coming into an organiza…
The amount by which an organization's revenues exceed it expe…
The amount by which the national government's annual expendit…
Fiscal Year
The 12-month accounting period an organization uses for budge…
Balanced Budget
A spending plan in which the revenues coming into an organiza…
AP US Government / Economics Chapter 14
Independent Regulatory Commission
Government Corporation
Independent Executive Agency
Regulation
A government agency with responsibility for making and enforc…
A government organization that, like business corporations, p…
The government agencies not accounted for by cabinet departme…
The use of governmental authority to control or change some p…
Independent Regulatory Commission
A government agency with responsibility for making and enforc…
Government Corporation
A government organization that, like business corporations, p…
US Government Chapter 14 key terms
Nomination campaign
General election campaign
Personal campaign
Organizational campaign
Part of a political campaign aimed at winning a primary elect…
Part of a political campaign aimed at winning a general elect…
Part of a political campaign concerned with presenting the ca…
Part of a political campaign involved in fund-raising, litera…
Nomination campaign
Part of a political campaign aimed at winning a primary elect…
General election campaign
Part of a political campaign aimed at winning a general elect…
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AP US Government Chapter 14 Vocabulary
budget
deficit
expenditures
revenues
a policy document allocating burdens(taxes) and benefits(expe…
an excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
government spending of revenues. Major areas of federal spend…
the financial resources of the government. The individual inc…
budget
a policy document allocating burdens(taxes) and benefits(expe…
deficit
an excess of federal expenditures over federal revenues
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Chapter 14,15,16 US Government
1. Common Law
2. Precedent
4. Case Law
5. Jurisdiction
made law that originated in England from decisions shaped acc…
a court rule bearing on subsequent legal decisions in similar…
judicial interpretations of common law principles and doctrin…
the authority of a court to decide certain cases; not all cou…
1. Common Law
made law that originated in England from decisions shaped acc…
2. Precedent
a court rule bearing on subsequent legal decisions in similar…
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AP US Government Chapter 14
List four prevalent myths about bureau…
What is the difference between patrona…
What is the purpose of the Hatch Act?
What are some of the common characteri…
-americans dislike bureaucrats... -bureaucracies are growing big…
Patronage= hiring and promotion system based on political fac…
Federal law prohibiting government employees from active part…
-executive talent... -political skills... -sympathy for policy posi…
List four prevalent myths about bureau…
-americans dislike bureaucrats... -bureaucracies are growing big…
What is the difference between patrona…
Patronage= hiring and promotion system based on political fac…
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American Government Chapter 14
oath of office
executive order
treaty
executive agreement
a promise the president makes on the day he takes office, ple…
a directive, rule, or regulation from the President that has…
a formal agreement between two or more sovereign states that…
a pact between the President and the head of a foreign state…
oath of office
a promise the president makes on the day he takes office, ple…
executive order
a directive, rule, or regulation from the President that has…
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Government Alive! Chapter 14
Fiscal Year
Balanced Budget
Budget Surplus
Federal Deficit
The 12-month accounting period an organization uses for budge…
A spending plan in which the revenues coming into an organiza…
The amount by which an organization's revenues exceed it expe…
The amount by which the national government's annual expendit…
Fiscal Year
The 12-month accounting period an organization uses for budge…
Balanced Budget
A spending plan in which the revenues coming into an organiza…
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Edwards Chapter 14 AP US Government
bureaucracy
myth: Americans dislike bureaucrats
myth: bureaucracies are growing bigger
myth: most federal bureaucrats work in…
a hierarchical authority structure that uses task specializat…
generally satisfied with bureaucrats and their treatment
number of public employees increasing, but number of federal…
few than 1/7 work in the DC area
bureaucracy
a hierarchical authority structure that uses task specializat…
myth: Americans dislike bureaucrats
generally satisfied with bureaucrats and their treatment
AP US Government Chapter 14
List four prevalent myths about bureau…
What is the difference between patrona…
What is the purpose of the Hatch Act?
What are some of the common characteri…
-americans dislike bureaucrats... -bureaucracies are growing big…
Patronage= hiring and promotion system based on political fac…
Federal law prohibiting government employees from active part…
-executive talent... -political skills... -sympathy for policy posi…
List four prevalent myths about bureau…
-americans dislike bureaucrats... -bureaucracies are growing big…
What is the difference between patrona…
Patronage= hiring and promotion system based on political fac…
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Government - Chapter 14
Executive Article
mass media
imperial presidency
oath of office
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
forms of communication that reach large audiences, like telev…
The term paints a picture of the President as emperor, taking…
oath taken by the President of the day he takes office, pledg…
Executive Article
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
mass media
forms of communication that reach large audiences, like telev…
AP US Government Chapter 14 Vocabulary
bureaucracy
patronage
Pendleton Civil Service Act
civil service
A hierarchical authority structure that uses task specializat…
A system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
Passed in 1883, an act that created a federal civil service s…
A system of hiring and promotion based on the merit principle…
bureaucracy
A hierarchical authority structure that uses task specializat…
patronage
A system in which jobs and promotions are awarded for politic…
Chapter 14 ap us government
Judicial review
Adversary system
Criminal law
Civil law
The power of a court to refuse to enforce a law or government…
A judicial system in which the court of the law is a neutral…
A law that defines crimes against the public order
A law that governs relationships between individuals and defi…
Judicial review
The power of a court to refuse to enforce a law or government…
Adversary system
A judicial system in which the court of the law is a neutral…
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Government Alive! Chapter 14
Fiscal Year
Balanced Budget
Budget Surplus
Federal Deficit
The 12-month accounting period an organization uses for budge…
A spending plan in which the revenues coming into an organiza…
The amount by which an organization's revenues exceed it expe…
The amount by which the national government's annual expendit…
Fiscal Year
The 12-month accounting period an organization uses for budge…
Balanced Budget
A spending plan in which the revenues coming into an organiza…
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US History Chapter 14
William Lloyd Garrison
Frederick Douglass
Abolitionist
Harriet Tubman
published abolitionist newspaper
former slave who spoke for abolition
someone who wants to do away with slavery
conductor on the Underground Railroad
William Lloyd Garrison
published abolitionist newspaper
Frederick Douglass
former slave who spoke for abolition
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AP US Government Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Divided Government
Unified Government
Gridlock
Electoral College
Government in which one party controls the White House and a…
Government in which the same party controls the White House a…
The inability of the government to act because rival parties…
The people chosen to cast each state's votes in a presidentia…
Divided Government
Government in which one party controls the White House and a…
Unified Government
Government in which the same party controls the White House a…
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