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Government Presidency
Scholars have found that presidents ke…
In order to serve as President of the…
The Twelfth Amendment affected the pre…
The Constitution explicitly grants the…
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receive the majority of the popular vote.
having electors cast separate votes for president and vice pr…
the right to create new laws.
Scholars have found that presidents ke…
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In order to serve as President of the…
receive the majority of the popular vote.
23 terms
Government - The Presidency
White House Office
National Security Council
History and selection of Cabinet
Individual cabinet positions and their…
1. Key personal and political staff (350 workers)... 2. Housed i…
-V.P., Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, C.I.A. Direc…
A. Established by custom... B. Appointed by the President with S…
A. Secretary of State (John Kerry) ... 1. Carries out foreign p…
White House Office
1. Key personal and political staff (350 workers)... 2. Housed i…
National Security Council
-V.P., Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, C.I.A. Direc…
23 terms
Presidency and Government
Democracy
Dictatorship
Legislative Branch
Executive Branch
A government that gives citizens the power to vote for their…
A government that is run by one person.
A part of U.S. government that makes laws. Including the Sena…
A part of U.S. government that carries out laws. This include…
Democracy
A government that gives citizens the power to vote for their…
Dictatorship
A government that is run by one person.
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…
15 terms
Government Presidency
Presidential Succession
Electors/Electoral Vote
Inauguration
Third-Party Candidate
Vice president, speaker of the house, president protem, secre…
Votes for presidency
Introduction of presidency
Any other party other than Democratic or Republican
Presidential Succession
Vice president, speaker of the house, president protem, secre…
Electors/Electoral Vote
Votes for presidency
16 terms
The Presidency - Government
Cabinet
Executive Agreements
Executive office of the Presidency
Executive Orders
Body of advisers to the president, composed of the heads of t…
International agreement not regarding a formal treaty made by…
consists of the immediate staff of the current president & mu…
rule or order issued by the president to an executive branch…
Cabinet
Body of advisers to the president, composed of the heads of t…
Executive Agreements
International agreement not regarding a formal treaty made by…
26 terms
government presidency
3 major qualifications
6 unwritten qualifications
who was the first women to get the VP…
what amendment said two full terms only
1. natural born citizen... 2. you must be at least 35 years of a…
1. heavily populated state... 2. mostly protestant... 3. usally com…
Geraldine ferraro, 1984
22nd
3 major qualifications
1. natural born citizen... 2. you must be at least 35 years of a…
6 unwritten qualifications
1. heavily populated state... 2. mostly protestant... 3. usally com…
23 terms
Government - The Presidency
Brownlow Report
central clearance
chief of staff system
commander in chief
Report issued in 1937 by the President's Committee on Adminis…
A presidential directive requiring that all executive agency…
The means by which a chain of command is imposed on the presi…
The title that is given to the president by the Constitution…
Brownlow Report
Report issued in 1937 by the President's Committee on Adminis…
central clearance
A presidential directive requiring that all executive agency…
20 terms
Ch 13 Government: The Presidency
Chief of state
Chief executive
Chief administrator
Chief diplomat
Term for the president as the ceremonial head of the United S…
Term for the president as vested with the executive power of…
Term for the president as head of the administration of the f…
Term for the president as the main architect of foreign polic…
Chief of state
Term for the president as the ceremonial head of the United S…
Chief executive
Term for the president as vested with the executive power of…
37 terms
Government in America: Chapter 13 (The Presidency)
advice and consent
appointment power
cabinet
chief diplomat
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
An advisory group selected by the president to aid in making…
The role of the president in recognizing foreign governments,…
advice and consent
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
appointment power
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
21 terms
Government ch. 6 The Presidency
Diplomacy
Chief Executive
Commander in Chief
foreign policy leader
The art of negotiating with foreign governments.
The role the president plays when executing, or carrying out,…
The role the President plays when calling troops in to action…
The presidents job of formulating the nation's plans and proc…
Diplomacy
The art of negotiating with foreign governments.
Chief Executive
The role the president plays when executing, or carrying out,…
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Government- presidency
Ad Hoc Structure
Bully Pulpit
Cabinet
Circular Structure
Serveral subordinates, cabinet officers, and committees repor…
The President's use of his prestige and visibility to guide o…
The heads of the fifteen executive branch departments of the…
Structure in which several of the president's assistants repo…
Ad Hoc Structure
Serveral subordinates, cabinet officers, and committees repor…
Bully Pulpit
The President's use of his prestige and visibility to guide o…
15 terms
Government-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 on co…
The inability of the government to act because rival parties…
The people chosen to cast each states voted in a president el…
Divided government
One party controls the White House and another party controls…
Unified government
The same party controls the White House and both houses on co…
31 terms
Government presidency
Favorite Sons election
TR Wilson Taft
Hoover FDR
IKE(promilitary)
1824
1912
1932
1952
Favorite Sons election
1824
TR Wilson Taft
1912
8 terms
Government "Presidency"
Presidential Succession
Balance the ticket
Presidential Primary
National Convention
order by which a presidential vacancy is filled ... 1. Vice Pres…
Presidential candidate chooses a running mate who can strengt…
An election which a party voter's choose who they would like…
Two major parties hold meetings at which the delegates vote t…
Presidential Succession
order by which a presidential vacancy is filled ... 1. Vice Pres…
Balance the ticket
Presidential candidate chooses a running mate who can strengt…
51 terms
Government ~ Presidency
In case the President is disabled, the…
According to the Constitution, the Pre…
As of January 20, 2001, the President…
The electoral system broke down in the…
the Twenty-Fifth Amendment
be at least 35 years of age
$400,000
rise of political parties
In case the President is disabled, the…
the Twenty-Fifth Amendment
According to the Constitution, the Pre…
be at least 35 years of age
17 terms
Government: Presidency
head of state
chief executive
grant reprieves
pardons
The role of the president as ceremonial head of government; e…
The role of the president as head of the executive branch of…
a formal postponement of the execution of a sentence imposed…
a release from the punishment for or legal consequences of a…
head of state
The role of the president as ceremonial head of government; e…
chief executive
The role of the president as head of the executive branch of…
16 terms
US Government Presidency
Twenty-Second Amendment
executive privilege
U.S. v. Nixon (1974)
Twenty-Fifth Amendment
Adopted in 1951, prevents a president from serving more than…
an implied presidential power that allows the president to re…
Key Supreme Court ruling on power of the president, finding t…
Adopted in 1967 to establish procedures for filling vacancies…
Twenty-Second Amendment
Adopted in 1951, prevents a president from serving more than…
executive privilege
an implied presidential power that allows the president to re…
25 terms
Government Presidency
roles of president
Qualifications for president
22nd ammendment
duties of vice president
chief of state, chief commander, commander of chief
Must be a native born citizen, at least 35 years old, must ha…
-President may only be in office for a max. of 2 terms... -No on…
-preside over the senate... -help decide the question of preside…
roles of president
chief of state, chief commander, commander of chief
Qualifications for president
Must be a native born citizen, at least 35 years old, must ha…
36 terms
Government - Presidency
Impeachment
Twenty-Fifth Amendment
"In-and-Outers"
White House Office
A constitutional procedure by which federal judges and civil…
Legislation that specifies the conditions and order of succes…
People who alternate between jobs in the federal government a…
Presidential staff who oversee the policy interests of the pr…
Impeachment
A constitutional procedure by which federal judges and civil…
Twenty-Fifth Amendment
Legislation that specifies the conditions and order of succes…
36 terms
Government: Presidency
Three Qualifications to be President
22nd Amendment
25th Amendment
Amnesty
1. Must be 35... 2. Must be a natural-born citizen (*Cough cough…
No person shall be elected to the office of the President mor…
allows for the Vice President to become president in the even…
an official pardon for people who have been convicted of poli…
Three Qualifications to be President
1. Must be 35... 2. Must be a natural-born citizen (*Cough cough…
22nd Amendment
No person shall be elected to the office of the President mor…
51 terms
Government: Presidency
Ambassador
Amnesty
Balance the ticket
Bureaucracy
an official representative of the United states appointed by…
A blanket pardon offered to a group of law violators
when a presidential candidate chooses a running mate who can…
a large, complex administrative structure that handles the ev…
Ambassador
an official representative of the United states appointed by…
Amnesty
A blanket pardon offered to a group of law violators
23 terms
Government - Presidency
White House Office
War Powers Act
unitary executive
State of the Union address
Agency in the Executive Office of the President (EOP) that se…
Law that requires the president to inform Congress within for…
When a president claims prerogative to attach signing stateme…
A message to Congress under the constitutional directive that…
White House Office
Agency in the Executive Office of the President (EOP) that se…
War Powers Act
Law that requires the president to inform Congress within for…
40 terms
Government: The Presidency
22nd Amendment
25th Amendment
Amendment
Impeachment
Limits terms for the president.
Vice President may become President in the event of death, re…
A change or addition to a legal or statutory document.
Formal process in which an official is accused of unlawful ac…
22nd Amendment
Limits terms for the president.
25th Amendment
Vice President may become President in the event of death, re…
134 terms
Government: the Presidency
Excutive Article - ASC
General Powers of President - ASC
Oath of Office - ASC
Take Care Power - ASC
II
II -2-2,3
II-1-8
II-3
Excutive Article - ASC
II
General Powers of President - ASC
II -2-2,3
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American Government - The Presidency and the Presidency in Action
Chief of State
Chief Executive
Chief Adminstrator
Chief Diplomat
The President as ceremonial head of the United States.
The President as the holder of the executive power of the Uni…
The President as the leader of the executive branch of the fe…
The President as the main architect of American foreign polic…
Chief of State
The President as ceremonial head of the United States.
Chief Executive
The President as the holder of the executive power of the Uni…
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…
13 terms
Government - The Presidency
Commander in Chief
Presidential Succession
Balance the Ticket
Electoral Votes
person exercising supreme operational power over the nation's…
defines who may become president due to an inability of the P…
when a political candidate chooses a running mate, usually of…
vote cast by the electoral college
Commander in Chief
person exercising supreme operational power over the nation's…
Presidential Succession
defines who may become president due to an inability of the P…
33 terms
Government: The Presidency
8 roles of president
chief of state
chief of executive
chief administrator
chief of state, chief executive, chief administrator, chief d…
lead of state, symbol of people
head of executive, powerful
head of government machines - federal government
8 roles of president
chief of state, chief executive, chief administrator, chief d…
chief of state
lead of state, symbol of people
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Government the presidency
22 amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
25 amendment
Limits the president to a maximum if two terms or 10 years
Removing the president from office because of criminal law br…
The events and scandal surrounding a break in at the Democrat…
About the Vice President going to office of president has a d…
22 amendment
Limits the president to a maximum if two terms or 10 years
Impeachment
Removing the president from office because of criminal law br…
81 terms
Government: The Presidency
Article of Constitution that creates e…
Natural born citizen, resident of US f…
Requirement of vice president: Presidi…
Requirement of vice president: Voting…
Article 2
Requirements to become president
Senate
Tie
Article of Constitution that creates e…
Article 2
Natural born citizen, resident of US f…
Requirements to become president
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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
36 terms
Government the presidency
presidential ticket
executive agreement
recess appointment
take care clause
The joint listing of the presidential and vice presidential c…
A formal agreement between the U.S. president and the leaders…
A presidential appointment made when the Congress is not in s…
The constitutional requirement (in Article II, Section 3) tha…
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…
24 terms
Government: The Presidency
8 Roles of the President
Chief of state
chief executive
chief administrator
chief of executive power, chief administrator, chief diplomat…
Ceremonial head of the government, reigns and rules
Power broad in both domestic and foreign affairs
Heads one of the World's largest governmental machines
8 Roles of the President
chief of executive power, chief administrator, chief diplomat…
Chief of state
Ceremonial head of the government, reigns and rules
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Chapter 9 Government - The Presidency
Recognizing other countries' governments
Cuba
Libya
Executive Agreements
As chief diplomat, the president decides whether the U.S. wil…
Since 1961, presidents have refused to recognize the communis…
In 2011 the U.S. officially recognized the Libyan opposition…
legally binding pact between the president and the head of a…
Recognizing other countries' governments
As chief diplomat, the president decides whether the U.S. wil…
Cuba
Since 1961, presidents have refused to recognize the communis…
39 terms
Government Chapter 13 Presidency
How many roles does the President have
Chief of State
Chief Administrator
Chief Diplomat
Many-often called the "chief" of many different areas; differ…
ceremonial head of government
director of entire executive branch
main architect of foreign policy and spokesperson to the world
How many roles does the President have
Many-often called the "chief" of many different areas; differ…
Chief of State
ceremonial head of government
16 terms
Government: The Presidency
First in line if president dies?
Executive privilege
Pardons
Commute
Vice president
President has the right to withhold information from the publ…
the president can remove a sentence from a convicted federal…
presidential power to reduce a persons sentence
First in line if president dies?
Vice president
Executive privilege
President has the right to withhold information from the publ…
23 terms
Government (The presidency)
Pro life
Chief executive
Chief of state
Chief administrator
Abortion is illegal (everyone should live) >.<)/
leader who makes major decisions Ex: Like a general strategis…
face of the country. Ex: Mickey mouse represents Disney
Manages the entire executive branch Ex: Like a CEO of a compa…
Pro life
Abortion is illegal (everyone should live) >.<)/
Chief executive
leader who makes major decisions Ex: Like a general strategis…
34 terms
Government: The Presidency
State of The Union Address
Diplomacy
Foreign Policy
Presidential Succession
Speech given by president to a joint session of congress tell…
Act of conducting, negotiating, maintaining relationships wit…
A nations plan for dealing with other nations
The order in which the vice president or other designated off…
State of The Union Address
Speech given by president to a joint session of congress tell…
Diplomacy
Act of conducting, negotiating, maintaining relationships wit…
112 terms
The Presidency - Government
What are the qualifications to be pres…
How long is the presidents term in off…
What is the maximum number of years a…
What amendment to the constitution add…
35 years of age, US resident for 14 years, natural born citizen
Four years
10 years
The 22nd amendment
What are the qualifications to be pres…
35 years of age, US resident for 14 years, natural born citizen
How long is the presidents term in off…
Four years
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Government: The Presidency
The spoils system is... A. a democratic m…
T or F...A reprieve postpones the puni…
Business run by the government... expres…
The purpose of the War Powers Resoluti…
the practice of giving offices and other political favors of…
True
1. government corporation... 2. mandate... 3. executive agreement…
limit the President's power to make war.
The spoils system is... A. a democratic m…
the practice of giving offices and other political favors of…
T or F...A reprieve postpones the puni…
True
37 terms
Government in America: Chapter 13 (The Presidency)
advice and consent
appointment power
cabinet
chief diplomat
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
An advisory group selected by the president to aid in making…
The role of the president in recognizing foreign governments,…
advice and consent
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
appointment power
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
32 terms
Government in America: Chapter 13 (The Presidency)
advice and consent
appointment power
cabinet
chief diplomat
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
An advisory group selected by the president to aid in making…
The role of the president in recognizing foreign governments,…
advice and consent
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
appointment power
The authority vested in the president to fill a government of…
33 terms
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…
45 terms
Government presidents
Harry S truman
Bill Clinton
George Washington
JKF
1st atomic bond; stands for S
Impeached while president; had an affair
Horses name was Nelson; 1st president
Youngest president(43); catholic; assassinated
Harry S truman
1st atomic bond; stands for S
Bill Clinton
Impeached while president; had an affair
32 terms
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…
12 terms
Chapter 17 The Presidency (Government)
Cheif Executive
Succession
Balance the Ticket
Cabinet
Head of the executive branch.
An order of succession is a legal procedure by which governme…
When a presidential candidate chooses a running mate who can…
Advisory council for the president consisting of the heads of…
Cheif Executive
Head of the executive branch.
Succession
An order of succession is a legal procedure by which governme…
13 terms
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…
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…
102 terms
Government: The President
chief of executive
foreign policy
diplomacy
foreign policy leader
another title for the president, who holds the executive's po…
a nation's plans and procedures for dealing with other countr…
the art of negotiating with foreign governments
formulating nation's plans and procedures for dealing with ot…
chief of executive
another title for the president, who holds the executive's po…
foreign policy
a nation's plans and procedures for dealing with other countr…
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