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Government Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Presidents executive powers.
Confirmation process/Senate approval.
Legislative Powers.
Judicial Powers.
executive law of the land, executive orders, appointment of p…
president nominates, senate committee examines, senate debate…
the message power, to veto legislation, to call special sessi…
involving federal cases only, clemency: pardon, amnesty, comm…
Presidents executive powers.
executive law of the land, executive orders, appointment of p…
Confirmation process/Senate approval.
president nominates, senate committee examines, senate debate…
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Magruder's American Government Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Executive Article
mass media
imperial presidency
oath of office
The part of the constitution (Article II) that establishes th…
Forms of communication, such as newspapers, magazines, radio,…
Critic's term for the strong use of presidential power in way…
a promise the president makes on the day he takes office, ple…
Executive Article
The part of the constitution (Article II) that establishes th…
mass media
Forms of communication, such as newspapers, magazines, radio,…
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Magruder's American Government Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Executive Article
mass media
imperial presidency
oath of office
The part of the constitution (Article II) that establishes th…
Forms of communication, such as newspapers, magazines, radio,…
Critic's term for the strong use of presidential power in way…
a promise the president makes on the day he takes office, ple…
Executive Article
The part of the constitution (Article II) that establishes th…
mass media
Forms of communication, such as newspapers, magazines, radio,…
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Government Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action Vocabulary
executive article
imperial presidency
executive order
executive privilege
-Article II of the Constitution; establishes the presidency a…
-term used to describe a President as an "emperor" who acts w…
-directive, rule, or regulation issued by a chief executive o…
-the President's power to refuse to disclose information
executive article
-Article II of the Constitution; establishes the presidency a…
imperial presidency
-term used to describe a President as an "emperor" who acts w…
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Wilburn Government Chapter 14, The president in Action
President is only one person, Strong p…
President promises to enforce law and…
Compares the president to an emperor w…
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Why Presidential power has grown?
What does the oath of office ensure the President must do?
Imperial presidency
How many employees work under the president
President is only one person, Strong p…
Why Presidential power has grown?
President promises to enforce law and…
What does the oath of office ensure the President must do?
Chapter 14 (The Presidency in Action) U.S. Government
Imperial President
Executive Article
Executive Order
Executive Power
President who takes full control of whatever he feels is right
Gives executive power of the Federal Government to the Presid…
Rules or regulations that has the effects of a law
Allows the President to "plead the 5th" allows him to keep in…
Imperial President
President who takes full control of whatever he feels is right
Executive Article
Gives executive power of the Federal Government to the Presid…
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US Government Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Article II of the Constitution begins…
Why has Presidential power grown?
How have Presidents' own views affecte…
Where does the President get the power…
"The executive power shall be vested in a President of the Un…
(1) The nation's increasingly complex social and economic lif…
(1) Some presidents have taken a broad view of the powers the…
The oath of office instructs the President to carry out the l…
Article II of the Constitution begins…
"The executive power shall be vested in a President of the Un…
Why has Presidential power grown?
(1) The nation's increasingly complex social and economic lif…
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American Government Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Why has presidential power grown?
How have the President's own views aff…
Where does the President get the power…
What is an executive order?
1. The nation's increasingly complex social and economic life…
The nature of the Presidency is dependent on how each Preside…
1. Part of the Presidential duties as chief executive under t…
A directive, rule, or regulation that has the effect of law.
Why has presidential power grown?
1. The nation's increasingly complex social and economic life…
How have the President's own views aff…
The nature of the Presidency is dependent on how each Preside…
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Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Executive Article
oath of office
executive order
ordinance power
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
Oath taken by the President on the day he takes office, pledg…
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…
oath of office
Oath taken by the President on the day he takes office, pledg…
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American Government Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Article II of the Constitution begins…
How has presidential power grown over…
How have Presidents' own views affecte…
Where does the President get the power…
"The executive power shall be vested in a President of the Un…
-The nation's increasingly complex social and economic life h…
-Some Presidents, such as Teddy Roosevelt, have taken a broad…
-The oath of office instructs the President to carry out the…
Article II of the Constitution begins…
"The executive power shall be vested in a President of the Un…
How has presidential power grown over…
-The nation's increasingly complex social and economic life h…
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American Government Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Why has presidential power grown?
How have the President's own views aff…
Where does the President get the power…
What is an executive order?
1. The nation's increasingly complex social and economic life…
The nature of the Presidency is dependent on how each Preside…
1. Part of the Presidential duties as chief executive under t…
A directive, rule, or regulation that has the effect of law.
Why has presidential power grown?
1. The nation's increasingly complex social and economic life…
How have the President's own views aff…
The nature of the Presidency is dependent on how each Preside…
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Chapter 14 The Presidency in Action
Tribunal
Oath of office
Executive order
Ordinance power
A court or forum of justice
Oath taken by the president on the day he takes office
An order the president gives based in the authority of the Co…
Power of the president to issue executive orders
Tribunal
A court or forum of justice
Oath of office
Oath taken by the president on the day he takes office
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Ch 14 Government: The Presidency in Action
Line-item veto
Reprieve
Pardon
Clemency
A president's cancellation of specific dollar amounts (line i…
An official postponement of the execution of a sentence
Release from the punishment or legal consequences of a crime,…
Mercy or leniency granted to an offender by a chief executive;
Line-item veto
A president's cancellation of specific dollar amounts (line i…
Reprieve
An official postponement of the execution of a sentence
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Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
amnesty
clemency
commutation
executive article
a blanket pardon offered to a group of law violators
mercy or leniency granted to an offender by a chief executive
the power to reduce the length of a sentence or fine for a cr…
article II of the constitution. establishes the presidency an…
amnesty
a blanket pardon offered to a group of law violators
clemency
mercy or leniency granted to an offender by a chief executive
16 terms
Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Executive Article
Imperial Presidency
Executive Order
Ordinance Power
The name given to Article II of the U.S. Constitution, which…
A critical view of the presidency that argues that presidents…
Directives, rules, or regulations issued by the president tha…
The authority to issue executive orders
Executive Article
The name given to Article II of the U.S. Constitution, which…
Imperial Presidency
A critical view of the presidency that argues that presidents…
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Chapter 14 Presidency in Action
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 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
Those means of communication that reach large audiences, espe…
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Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
tribunal
oath of office
executive order
ordinance power
a court or forum of justice
oath taken by the President on the day he takes office
an order the President gives based on the authority of the Co…
power of the president to issue executive orders
tribunal
a court or forum of justice
oath of office
oath taken by the President on the day he takes office
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Chapter 14- The Presidency In Action
Executive Article
Imperial presidency
Executive order
Ordinance power
Article 2 of the Constitution, establishes the presidency and…
Term used to describe a President as an "emperor" who acts wi…
Directive, rule, or regulation issued by a chief executive or…
Power of the President to issue executive orders; originates…
Executive Article
Article 2 of the Constitution, establishes the presidency and…
Imperial presidency
Term used to describe a President as an "emperor" who acts wi…
16 terms
Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Executive Article
imperial presidency
executive order
ordinance power
the name given to Article II of the U.S. Constitution, which…
a critical view of the presidency that argues that Presidents…
directives, rules, or regulations issued by the President tha…
the authority to issue executive orders
Executive Article
the name given to Article II of the U.S. Constitution, which…
imperial presidency
a critical view of the presidency that argues that Presidents…
Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Media
Executive order
Treaty
Executive agreement
Means of communicating with people, such as the press, radio,…
Rules, regulations issued by a chief executive or his/her sub…
Formal agreement made between or among sovereign states
Pact made by the president with the head of a foreign state;…
Media
Means of communicating with people, such as the press, radio,…
Executive order
Rules, regulations issued by a chief executive or his/her sub…
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Chapter 14 The Presidency in Action
Executive Article
mass media
imperial presidency
oath of office
the executive power shall be vested in a president of the Uni…
forms of communication, including printed publications, radio…
the president as emperor, taking strong actions without consu…
sworn by the president on the day he takes office.
Executive Article
the executive power shall be vested in a president of the Uni…
mass media
forms of communication, including printed publications, radio…
16 terms
Chapter 14 - The Presidency in Action
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 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
Those means of communication that reach large audiences, espe…
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Chapter 14: the presidency in action
Executive orders
Appointees
Treaty
Executive agreement
Directives, rules, or regulations that have effect to the law
Ambassadors and other diplomats
Formal agreement between 2 or more sovereign states
A pact made by the president directly with the head of a fore…
Executive orders
Directives, rules, or regulations that have effect to the law
Appointees
Ambassadors and other diplomats
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Chapter 14: The Presidency in action-govt
what are 3 specific powers that the Co…
What is the main duty of the President?
List 3 reasons why presidential power…
Does the constitution allow for an all…
-power to command armed forces... -make treaties... -approve or vet…
to see that laws are carried out
-unity of the Presidency... -increasingly complex social and eco…
no, checks and balances and limited government
what are 3 specific powers that the Co…
-power to command armed forces... -make treaties... -approve or vet…
What is the main duty of the President?
to see that laws are carried out
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Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Excutive Article
Couch
Mass Media
Imperil
Gives the president some specific powers including command of…
Express in a particular style
To capture public attention
To put in danger
Excutive Article
Gives the president some specific powers including command of…
Couch
Express in a particular style
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chapter 14: the presidency in action
executive article
mass media
imperial presidency
oath of office
establishes the presidency and gives the executive power of t…
forms of communication that reach large audiences (especially…
term used to describe a president as an "emperor" who acts wi…
oath taken by the president on the day he takes office, pledg…
executive article
establishes the presidency and gives the executive power of t…
mass media
forms of communication that reach large audiences (especially…
16 terms
Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Executive article
mass media
imperial presidency
oath of offfice
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
Forms of communication, such as newspapers and radio, that re…
President is seen as emperor taking strong actions without co…
sworn by the president the day he takes office
Executive article
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
mass media
Forms of communication, such as newspapers and radio, that re…
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Chapter 14: The Presidency In Action
Executive Article
Mass Media
Imperial Presidency
Oath of Office
Article II of the Constitution. Establishes the presidency an…
Television, radio, newspapers, magazines, the Internet, and o…
Term used to describe a president as an "emperor" 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
Television, radio, newspapers, magazines, the Internet, and o…
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Chapter 14 The Presidency in Action
Executive Articale
Imperial Presidency
Executive Power
Ordinance Power
The basis for the vast power and influence the chief executiv…
term used to describe a president as an emperor who acts with…
- Directives, rules, or regulations that have the effect of l…
- The number, scope, and complexity of the problems that face…
Executive Articale
The basis for the vast power and influence the chief executiv…
Imperial Presidency
term used to describe a president as an emperor who acts with…
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Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Executive Article
Imperial presidency
Couch
Imperil
Article II of the U.S. Constitution. Established the presiden…
term used to describe a President as an "emperor" who acts wi…
to express using a particular style
to put in danger
Executive Article
Article II of the U.S. Constitution. Established the presiden…
Imperial presidency
term used to describe a President as an "emperor" who acts wi…
The Presidency in Action: Chapter 14
Reasons why the powers have grown
Executive and Ordinance Powers
Appointing and Removal Powers
Diplomatic Powers
Unity of Presidency... Changes in the Nation... National Emergencie…
the president executes or sees that all federal laws are carr…
chooses the top officials of the executive branch with senate…
The president is in charge of foreign affairs
Reasons why the powers have grown
Unity of Presidency... Changes in the Nation... National Emergencie…
Executive and Ordinance Powers
the president executes or sees that all federal laws are carr…
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Chapter 14 - The Presidency in Action
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 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
those means of communication that reach large audiences, espe…
10 terms
Chapter 14 presidency in action
Executive article
Executive order
Treaty
Executive agreement
Article 2 of the Constitution establishes the presidency and…
Directive rule or regulation issued by a chief executive or s…
A formal agreement between two or more sovereign states
A pact made by the president directly with the head of a fore…
Executive article
Article 2 of the Constitution establishes the presidency and…
Executive order
Directive rule or regulation issued by a chief executive or s…
Chapter 14: Presidency in Action
Tribunal
Oath of Office
Executive Order
Ordinance Power
A court or forum of justice
Oath taken by the President on the day he takes office
An order the President gives based on the authority of the Co…
Power of the President to issue executive orders
Tribunal
A court or forum of justice
Oath of Office
Oath taken by the President on the day he takes office
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Chapter 14 The Presidency in Action
Tribunal
Oath of office
Executive order
Ordinance power
A court or forum of justice
Oath taken by the president on the day he takes office
An order the president gives based in the authority of the Co…
Power of the president to issue executive orders
Tribunal
A court or forum of justice
Oath of office
Oath taken by the president on the day he takes office
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Chapter 14 The Presidency in Action
Executive Article
mass media
imperial presidency
oath of office
the executive power shall be vested in a president of the Uni…
forms of communication, including printed publications, radio…
the president as emperor, taking strong actions without consu…
sworn by the president on the day he takes office.
Executive Article
the executive power shall be vested in a president of the Uni…
mass media
forms of communication, including printed publications, radio…
28 terms
Chapter 14 the presidency in action
Couch
Mass media
Imperil
Seizure
Express in a particular style
Television, Internet, radio, printed publications
To put in danger
Taking by force
Couch
Express in a particular style
Mass media
Television, Internet, radio, printed publications
20 terms
Chapter 14 The Presidency in Action
Tribunal
Oath of office
Executive order
Ordinance power
A court or forum of justice
Oath taken by the president on the day he takes office
An order the president gives based in the authority of the Co…
Power of the president to issue executive orders
Tribunal
A court or forum of justice
Oath of office
Oath taken by the president on the day he takes office
Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
The Executive Article
The Appointment Power
Executive Privilege
U.S. vs Nixon
Article two l, establishes the office of the president
President appoints top ranking govern officials with senate a…
The president doesn't have to share information with the publ…
Court case that defined executive privilege. The president ca…
The Executive Article
Article two l, establishes the office of the president
The Appointment Power
President appoints top ranking govern officials with senate a…
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Chapter 14: Presidency in Action
Tribunal
Oath of Office
Executive Order
Ordinance Power
A court or forum of justice
Oath taken by the President on the day he takes office
An order the President gives based on the authority of the Co…
Power of the President to issue executive orders
Tribunal
A court or forum of justice
Oath of Office
Oath taken by the President on the day he takes office
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Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Executive Article
Constitution(not specific) (broad) fra…
Reasons for growth of power
Opposing views
the name given to Article II of the U.S. Constitution, which…
Sets out specific presidential powers: ... Command the armed for…
Since 1 leader he makes quicker decisions then congress ... Pres…
Teddy Roosevelt argued that presidents should help public usi…
Executive Article
the name given to Article II of the U.S. Constitution, which…
Constitution(not specific) (broad) fra…
Sets out specific presidential powers: ... Command the armed for…
Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
The Executive Article
The Appointment Power
Executive Privilege
U.S. v. Nixon
The name given to Article II of the U.S. Constitution, which…
The power the President has to appoint public officials
A right claimed by some Presidents that allows them to refuse…
1947, the court ruled unanimously that the President could cl…
The Executive Article
The name given to Article II of the U.S. Constitution, which…
The Appointment Power
The power the President has to appoint public officials
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Chapter 14~The Presidency in Action
Executive Article
mass media
imperial presidency
oath of office
Article II of the Constitution, that establishes the presiden…
Those means of communication that reach large audiences, espe…
Term used to describe a President as an "emperor" who acts wi…
Oath taken by the President on the day he takes office, pledg…
Executive Article
Article II of the Constitution, that establishes the presiden…
mass media
Those means of communication that reach large audiences, espe…
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Chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
In Rasul v. Bush, the Supreme Court fo…
Franklin Roosevelt was the first Presi…
The Framers who were against a stronge…
Which Supreme Court case involved the…
confined "enemy combatants" indefinitely without charge or tr…
the mass media
Roger Sherman
Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. V. Sawyer
In Rasul v. Bush, the Supreme Court fo…
confined "enemy combatants" indefinitely without charge or tr…
Franklin Roosevelt was the first Presi…
the mass media
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chapter 14: The Presidency in Action
Amnesty
Clemency
Commutation
Executive Agreement
A blanket pardon offered to a group of law violators
Mercy or leniency granted to an offender by a chief executive…
The power to reduce (commute) the length of a sentence or fin…
A pact made by the President directly with the head of a fore…
Amnesty
A blanket pardon offered to a group of law violators
Clemency
Mercy or leniency granted to an offender by a chief executive…
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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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Chapter 14 - The Presidency in Action
Article 2 of the Constitution began wi…
Why has Presidential Power Grown?
2 views of power of the office and how…
The president's executive powers:
"The executive power shall be vested in a President of the Un…
1)The nation's increasingly complex social and economic life…
1) Some Presidents, such as Teddy Roosevelt, have taken a bro…
- Oath of Office... - Ordinance power... - The appointment Power... -T…
Article 2 of the Constitution began wi…
"The executive power shall be vested in a President of the Un…
Why has Presidential Power Grown?
1)The nation's increasingly complex social and economic life…
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chapter 14 - presidency in action
beginning of Article II
how has presidential power grown
why has presidential power grown
William Howard Taft's views on preside…
the executive powers shall be vested in a president of the un…
champions of more presidential power prevails
mass media
only have the powers listed in the constitution
beginning of Article II
the executive powers shall be vested in a president of the un…
how has presidential power grown
champions of more presidential power prevails
13 terms
Chapter 14 Presidency in Action
Article II of the Constitution begins…
Why has Presidential power grown?
How have the President's own views aff…
Where does the President get the power…
"The executive power shall be vested in a President of the Un…
1) The nation's increasingly complex social and economic life…
1) taken a broad view of the powers they inherited... 2) felt th…
The oath of office instructs the President to carry out the l…
Article II of the Constitution begins…
"The executive power shall be vested in a President of the Un…
Why has Presidential power grown?
1) The nation's increasingly complex social and economic life…
20 terms
Chapter 14 - The Presidency in Action
Article II of the Constitution begins…
Why has Presidential power grown?
How have the President's own views aff…
Where does the President get the power…
"The executive power shall be vested in a President of the Un…
1. The nation's increasingly complex social and economic life…
1. Some Presidents, such as Teddy Roosevelt, have taken a bro…
1. The oath of office instructs the President to carry out th…
Article II of the Constitution begins…
"The executive power shall be vested in a President of the Un…
Why has Presidential power grown?
1. The nation's increasingly complex social and economic life…
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