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AP Gov: Government Institutions: Presidency
Presidential Term Limits
Presidential Requirements
Bully Pulpit
Appointment Power
laws that limit the number of terms a president can serve... Sig…
at least 35 years of age, at least 14 years of U.S citizenshi…
the ability to use the office of presidency to promote a part…
the authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
Presidential Term Limits
laws that limit the number of terms a president can serve... Sig…
Presidential Requirements
at least 35 years of age, at least 14 years of U.S citizenshi…
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AP GOV CH 10 The Presidency
ad hoc
ambassadors
bully pulpit
cabinet
for a specific purpose and no other; improvised
an official representative of a country's government
the president's use of his prestige and visibility to guide o…
A group of advisers to the president.
ad hoc
for a specific purpose and no other; improvised
ambassadors
an official representative of a country's government
28 terms
AP Gov The Presidency
Twenty-second Amendment
Which presidents, during the second ha…
impeachment
Watergate
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
Ford (still not high enough to win the 1976 election)... Clinton
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Twenty-second Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
Which presidents, during the second ha…
Ford (still not high enough to win the 1976 election)... Clinton
41 terms
AP GOV CH 10 The Presidency
ad hoc
ambassadors
bully pulpit
cabinet
for a specific purpose and no other; improvised
an official representative of a country's government
the president's use of his prestige and visibility to guide o…
A group of advisers to the president.
ad hoc
for a specific purpose and no other; improvised
ambassadors
an official representative of a country's government
226 terms
AP government and politics Presidency and Bureaucracy
independent Regulatory Agencies
Federal Communications Commissions
Central Intelligence Agency
thickening
agencies that are quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial in nat…
1. Regulates airways.... 2. Regulates interstate and internation…
an independent agency of the United States government respons…
becoming more intricate or complex
independent Regulatory Agencies
agencies that are quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial in nat…
Federal Communications Commissions
1. Regulates airways.... 2. Regulates interstate and internation…
25 terms
Wilson, AP Gov, the Presidency
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 gov't to act because rival parties control d…
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…
20 terms
AP Gov Presidency Vocab
22nd Amendment
impeachment
executive privilege
US v. Nixon
Amendment that created a 2 term limit on presidents.
House of Representatives' power to charge federal officials w…
The power to keep executive communications confidential, espe…
Supreme Court's ruling in 1974 that the president has no exec…
22nd Amendment
Amendment that created a 2 term limit on presidents.
impeachment
House of Representatives' power to charge federal officials w…
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AP Government: The Presidency and the Bureaucracy
Divided Government
Unified Government
Representative Democracy
Direct Democracy
Governance divided between the parties, as when one holds the…
A government in which the same party controls the White House…
A system of government in which citizens elect representative…
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
Divided Government
Governance divided between the parties, as when one holds the…
Unified Government
A government in which the same party controls the White House…
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AP Government : The Presidency
Three qualifications to be President?
What is the salary of the president?
Perks of being president? List 5!
How long is the presidents term?
1. age 35... 2. natural born citizen... 3. lived in country for 14…
$400,000
1. living in the white house... 2. Air Force One... 3. Camp David... 4…
Four years... two terms... max is TEN years
Three qualifications to be President?
1. age 35... 2. natural born citizen... 3. lived in country for 14…
What is the salary of the president?
$400,000
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AP GOV Review - Presidency
Presidential ticket
Executive agreement
Congressional executive agreement
Veto
The joint listing of the presidential and vice presidential c…
A formal agreement between the U.S. president and the leaders…
A formal agreement between a U.S. president and the leaders o…
A formal decision to reject the bill passed by Congress.
Presidential ticket
The joint listing of the presidential and vice presidential c…
Executive agreement
A formal agreement between the U.S. president and the leaders…
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Presidents and the Presidency AP GOV
Washington
Adams
Jefferson
Jackson
prestige, authority, Whiskey Rebellion, Cabinet, traditions:…
peaceful transference of power, legacy of using power until t…
Acts outside his political profile: Louisiana Purchase
party politics dominates the political spectrum-patronage... Tra…
Washington
prestige, authority, Whiskey Rebellion, Cabinet, traditions:…
Adams
peaceful transference of power, legacy of using power until t…
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AP GOV The Presidency
ad hoc
ambassadors
bully pulpit
cabinet
for a specific purpose and no other; improvised
an official representative of a country's government
the president's use of his prestige and visibility to guide o…
A group of advisers to the president.
ad hoc
for a specific purpose and no other; improvised
ambassadors
an official representative of a country's government
41 terms
AP GOV CH 10 The Presidency
ad hoc
ambassadors
bully pulpit
cabinet
for a specific purpose and no other; improvised
an official representative of a country's government
the president's use of his prestige and visibility to guide o…
A group of advisers to the president.
ad hoc
for a specific purpose and no other; improvised
ambassadors
an official representative of a country's government
31 terms
AP Gov't Presidency
gridlock
divided government
unified government
electoral college
the inability of the government to act because rival parties…
when one part controls the White House and another party cont…
the same party controls the White House and both houses of Co…
the people chosen to cast each state's votes in a presidentia…
gridlock
the inability of the government to act because rival parties…
divided government
when one part controls the White House and another party cont…
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AP Gov - Presidency Vocab
12th amendment
22th amendment
25th amendment
advice and consent of the senate
states that presidential and vice presidential nominees would…
limits the number of terms a president may be elected to serve
clarifies an ambiguous provision of the constitution regardin…
the power of the senate to consult and approve the president'…
12th amendment
states that presidential and vice presidential nominees would…
22th amendment
limits the number of terms a president may be elected to serve
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AP Gov Presidency
Divided Government
United Government
Who is angry with the winner take all…
Why not change the electoral system?
one party controls the White House and another controls one o…
when one party controls the house, senate, and presidency
The Republicans, since there hasn't been a Republican president
Smaller states wish to keep their advantage (Guaranteed 2 vot…
Divided Government
one party controls the White House and another controls one o…
United Government
when one party controls the house, senate, and presidency
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AP Gov Presidency Vocab
12th Amendment
20th Amendment
22nd amendment
25th Amendment
Brought about by the Jefferson/Burr tie, stated that presiden…
reduce the amount of time between the election of the Preside…
limits the number of terms a president may be elected to serve
clarifies an ambiguous provision of the Constitution regardin…
12th Amendment
Brought about by the Jefferson/Burr tie, stated that presiden…
20th Amendment
reduce the amount of time between the election of the Preside…
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AP Government- The Presidency
Twenty Second Amendment
Impeachment
Twenty Fifth Amendment
Cabinet
(1951), limits number of presidential terms to two terms in o…
Indictment of criminal law, prescribed in the Constitution. T…
Permits the Vice-President to be acting president if cabinet…
Presidential advisers, each head their own department, called…
Twenty Second Amendment
(1951), limits number of presidential terms to two terms in o…
Impeachment
Indictment of criminal law, prescribed in the Constitution. T…
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Presidency Test - AP Gov
Federalist 70
Article 2 of Constitution
Presidential Succession Act of 1947
25 Amendment
presents Hamilton's case for a one-man chief executive
the "presidency" part
law specifying the order of presidential succession following…
established the order of succession to the presidency and spe…
Federalist 70
presents Hamilton's case for a one-man chief executive
Article 2 of Constitution
the "presidency" part
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AP Government The Presidency - Part One
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…
16 terms
AP Government: Chapter 14 The Presidency
Gridlock
Electoral College
Bully Pulpit
Veto Message
The inability of the government to act because rival parties…
The people chosen to cast each state's votes in a presidentia…
The president's use of his prestige and visibility to guide o…
A message from the president to Congress stating that he will…
Gridlock
The inability of the government to act because rival parties…
Electoral College
The people chosen to cast each state's votes in a presidentia…
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AP GOV Ch 13 The Presidency
22nd Amendment
25th Amendment
Impeachment
Cabinet
Constitutional law limiting the president to 2 terms of office
Adopted in 1967 to establish procedures for filling vacancies…
A formal document charging a public official with misconduct…
Advisory council for the president consisting of the heads of…
22nd Amendment
Constitutional law limiting the president to 2 terms of office
25th Amendment
Adopted in 1967 to establish procedures for filling vacancies…
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AP Government The Presidency Part Two
Advise and consent
Circular model
Clinton v City of New York
Clinton v Jones
The power of the senate to approve or disapprove of any of th…
More direct contact with president and prevents filtered idea…
1997, Court found the line-item veto to be unconstitutional a…
(1997) The Constitution does not protect the President from c…
Advise and consent
The power of the senate to approve or disapprove of any of th…
Circular model
More direct contact with president and prevents filtered idea…
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AP Gov - Congress and Presidency
Constituents
Reapportionment
Redistricting
Gerrymandering
The residents of a congressional district or state.
The process of reassigning representation based on population…
The redrawing of congressional and other legislative district…
The drawing of legislative district boundaries to benefit a p…
Constituents
The residents of a congressional district or state.
Reapportionment
The process of reassigning representation based on population…
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AP Gov-The Presidency-Bureaucracy
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…
80 terms
AP Gov - Congress and Presidency
Constituents
Reapportionment
Redistricting
Gerrymandering
The residents of a congressional district or state.
The process of reassigning representation based on population…
The redrawing of congressional and other legislative district…
The drawing of legislative district boundaries to benefit a p…
Constituents
The residents of a congressional district or state.
Reapportionment
The process of reassigning representation based on population…
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AP Gov Presidency Vocab
22nd Amendment
impeachment
executive privilege
US v. Nixon
1951, limits a president to only two terms and for only ten y…
House of Representatives' power to charge federal officials w…
lets the president refuse to release confidential conversations
Supreme Court's ruling in 1974 that the president has no exec…
22nd Amendment
1951, limits a president to only two terms and for only ten y…
impeachment
House of Representatives' power to charge federal officials w…
43 terms
AP Government Presidency
twenty second amendment
impeachment
executive privilege
U.S. vs. Nixon
1951; prevents a president from serving more than two terms o…
the power delegated to the House of Rep in the Constitution t…
an implied power that allows the president to refuse to discl…
Supreme Court ruled that there was no overriding executive pr…
twenty second amendment
1951; prevents a president from serving more than two terms o…
impeachment
the power delegated to the House of Rep in the Constitution t…
70 terms
AP Government: The Presidency and the Bureaucracy
Divided Government
Unified Government
Representative Democracy
Direct Democracy
Governance divided between the parties, as when one holds the…
A government in which the same party controls the White House…
A system of government in which citizens elect representative…
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
Divided Government
Governance divided between the parties, as when one holds the…
Unified Government
A government in which the same party controls the White House…
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Ap Gov Presidency Vocabulary
12th amendment
22nd Amendment
25th Amendment
Advice and Consent of the Senate
Provides the procedure for electing the president and the vic…
Section 1. No person shall be elected to the office of the pr…
Deals with succession to the presidency and establishes proce…
Under the constitution, presidential nominations for executiv…
12th amendment
Provides the procedure for electing the president and the vic…
22nd Amendment
Section 1. No person shall be elected to the office of the pr…
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AP Government Chapter 12 The Presidency
22nd Amendment
25th Amendment
Impeachment
Cabinet
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…
A group of presidential advisers not mentioned in the Constit…
22nd Amendment
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
25th Amendment
Ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president t…
28 terms
Presidency Terms Ap Gov
Twenty-second Amendment
Impeachment Process
Watergate
Twenty-fifth Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
The House may impeach the president but, the Senate must hold…
Events and scandals surrounding a break in at the Democratic…
Passed in 1967, permits the VP to become president if both th…
Twenty-second Amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
Impeachment Process
The House may impeach the president but, the Senate must hold…
49 terms
AP Government: The Presidency
What are the Constitutional Qualificat…
Where are the formal powers of the pre…
What does the president do as the Comm…
What does the President do as Chief Ex…
35 years old, lived in the US for 14 years, must be natural b…
In Article 2 of the Constitution
Commander in chief of the Army & Navy, Commander in Chief of…
-Require the opinion of heads of executive departments... -Grans…
What are the Constitutional Qualificat…
35 years old, lived in the US for 14 years, must be natural b…
Where are the formal powers of the pre…
In Article 2 of the Constitution
14 terms
AP Gov the presidency
22nd amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
Twenty-fith 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 b…
22nd amendment
Passed in 1951, the amendment that limits presidents to two t…
Impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
19 terms
AP Gov Presidency SMEST
Neustadt's view of presidential power…
Requirements to become President
Twenty-fifth Amendment
Twenty-second Amendment
...
...
...
...
Neustadt's view of presidential power…
...
Requirements to become President
...
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AP Government Test - Presidency
In a parliamentary system the prime mi…
Which of the following statements is t…
The text suggests that policy gridlock…
Who called for something like an elect…
d. legislature
a. Presidents and the legislature often work at cross-purposes.
d. divided government.
e. Alexander Hamilton
In a parliamentary system the prime mi…
d. legislature
Which of the following statements is t…
a. Presidents and the legislature often work at cross-purposes.
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AP Government: The Presidency Part I Note Cards
Divided Government
Unified Government
Electoral College
Faithless Electors
Governance divided between the parties, as when one holds the…
A government in which the same party controls the White House…
a group of people named by each state legislature to select t…
Members of the United States Electoral College who do not cas…
Divided Government
Governance divided between the parties, as when one holds the…
Unified Government
A government in which the same party controls the White House…
40 terms
AP Gov - The Presidency
President
Executive branch
Article II
State of the union address
the highest executive officer of a modern republic
the branch of federal and state government that is broadly re…
a statement that defines the constitutional powers of the pre…
an annual message to Congress in which the president proposes…
President
the highest executive officer of a modern republic
Executive branch
the branch of federal and state government that is broadly re…
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Ap Government and Politics-The Presidency
line-item veto
signing statement
executive agreement
the Fed Chief
from 1996-1998, the practice that the president was able to v…
written message that the president issues upon signing a bill…
international agreement that doesn't need Senate approval; on…
oversees the Federal Reserve Board and manages the economy
line-item veto
from 1996-1998, the practice that the president was able to v…
signing statement
written message that the president issues upon signing a bill…
37 terms
AP Gov Presidency Vocabulary
20th amendment
22nd amendment
25th amendment
Ad hoc structures
This amendment was ratified in 1933. It indicates when govern…
This amendment was ratified in 1951. It limited the president…
This amendment was ratified in 1967. It states how the vice p…
These are the several people or institutions who report direc…
20th amendment
This amendment was ratified in 1933. It indicates when govern…
22nd amendment
This amendment was ratified in 1951. It limited the president…
Presidency AP GOV Notecards
20th Amendment (lame duck amendment)
22nd Amendment
25th Amendment
Budget & Impoundment Control Act-1974
-President begins his four year term Jan. 20, following the N…
-The Presidents term became limited to two terms (8 Years) in…
-How to handle the vacancy in the Vice Presidency... 'President…
-Requires the President to spend all appropriated funds, unle…
20th Amendment (lame duck amendment)
-President begins his four year term Jan. 20, following the N…
22nd Amendment
-The Presidents term became limited to two terms (8 Years) in…
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ap gov: the presidency
presidential roles
chief of state
chief executive
chief diplomat
chief of state, chief executive, chief diplomat, commander-in…
ceremonial head of the United States, the symbol of all the p…
role as head of the executive branch of the government
role in recognizing foreign governments, making treaties, and…
presidential roles
chief of state, chief executive, chief diplomat, commander-in…
chief of state
ceremonial head of the United States, the symbol of all the p…
180 terms
AP US Gov Presidency
Going public
What is the goal of the president by g…
What made going public a popular method?
Why might a president not go public?
activities that enable the president to take his issue/messag…
to influence the public, who in turn put pressure on Congress…
the commercialization of air travel after WWII, making it eas…
-policy complexity... -saliency of an issue... -popularity of the i…
Going public
activities that enable the president to take his issue/messag…
What is the goal of the president by g…
to influence the public, who in turn put pressure on Congress…
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AP GOV CH 10 The Presidency
ad hoc
ambassadors
bully pulpit
cabinet
for a specific purpose and no other; improvised
an official representative of a country's government
the president's use of his prestige and visibility to guide o…
A group of advisers to the president.
ad hoc
for a specific purpose and no other; improvised
ambassadors
an official representative of a country's government
28 terms
presidency terms ap gov
advice and consent
agenda setting
cabinet
council of economic advisors
the U.S. Senate's power to review and approve treaties and pr…
The process of making the list of matters that policymakers i…
group of officials who head government departments and advise…
advise the President on economic policy- 3 members, appointed…
advice and consent
the U.S. Senate's power to review and approve treaties and pr…
agenda setting
The process of making the list of matters that policymakers i…
28 terms
AP Gov Presidency
advice and consent
agenda setting
cabinet
council of economic advisors
power of the Senate to consult and approve the presidents tre…
process of forming the list of matters that policymakers inte…
the secretaries, or chief administrators, f the major departm…
a three-member body appointed by the president to advise the…
advice and consent
power of the Senate to consult and approve the presidents tre…
agenda setting
process of forming the list of matters that policymakers inte…
AP GOV: The Presidency
ad hoc
ambassadors
cabinet
chief of staff
for a specific purpose and no other; improvised
an official representative of a country's government
A group of advisers to the president.
Head of the White House staff, who has continuous, direct con…
ad hoc
for a specific purpose and no other; improvised
ambassadors
an official representative of a country's government
38 terms
AP Gov Presidency
President
Prime Minister
● Divided government
● Unified government
● Chosen by popular vote... ● Voters select congressional member…
● Chosen by legislature... ● Selects other ministers from member…
● Americans say they don't like it, due to partisan bickering…
Becoming increasingly rare... ● Gridlock not necessarily worse w…
President
● Chosen by popular vote... ● Voters select congressional member…
Prime Minister
● Chosen by legislature... ● Selects other ministers from member…
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AP gov Presidency terms
advice and consent
Agenda setting
Cabinet
Council of Economic Advisors (CEA)
Under the Constitution, presidential nominations for executiv…
Agenda Setting as defined in " Mass Media, Mass Culture" is t…
A group of presidential advisors not mentioned in the constit…
A three member body appointed by the president to advise the…
advice and consent
Under the Constitution, presidential nominations for executiv…
Agenda setting
Agenda Setting as defined in " Mass Media, Mass Culture" is t…
26 terms
ap gov presidency
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 house of Con…
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 house of Con…
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