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American Government and Politics Today Chapter 12 - The President
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…
40 terms
American Government and Politics Today Chapter 12 - The President
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…
26 terms
American Government & Politics Chapter 13-The Presidency
Whiskey Rebellion
executive prerogative
bully pulpit
State of the Union address
the name given to the violent resistance of farmers in wester…
the doctrine that an executive may sometimes have to violate…
President Theodore Roosevelt's phrase to describe the rhetori…
an address delivered by the president to a joint session of C…
Whiskey Rebellion
the name given to the violent resistance of farmers in wester…
executive prerogative
the doctrine that an executive may sometimes have to violate…
37 terms
American Government and Politics Today Chapter 12 - The President
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…
15 terms
American Government And Politics Today - Chapter 12 - The President
Twelfth Amendment
Head of State
Chief Executive
Civil Service
An amendment to the Constitution , adopted in 1804, that requ…
The role of the president as ceremonial head of the government.
The role of the president a ahead of the executive branch of…
A collective term for the body of employees working for the g…
Twelfth Amendment
An amendment to the Constitution , adopted in 1804, that requ…
Head of State
The role of the president as ceremonial head of the 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…
44 terms
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…
40 terms
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…
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American Politics:The Presidency
Becoming President
5 Major roles of Presidency
Chief of State
Chief Executive
-have to be nominated by 1 of 2 major parties... -majority of vo…
-Chief of State... -Chief Executive... -Commander and Chief... -Chief…
Figure head of Government
roll of president as head of government; appointment and remo…
Becoming President
-have to be nominated by 1 of 2 major parties... -majority of vo…
5 Major roles of Presidency
-Chief of State... -Chief Executive... -Commander and Chief... -Chief…
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American Politics - The Presidency
Constitutional authority (presidential)
Statutory authority (presidential)
Vesting clause
Head of government
Powers derived from the provisions of the Constitution that o…
Powers derived from laws enacted by Congress that add to the…
Article II, Section 1, of the Constitution, which states that…
One role of the president, through which he or she has author…
Constitutional authority (presidential)
Powers derived from the provisions of the Constitution that o…
Statutory authority (presidential)
Powers derived from laws enacted by Congress that add to the…
15 terms
AP Government and Politics Presidency
22nd Amendment
Impeachment
Executive privilege
US v Nixon
Limits presidents to four year terms
The power delegated to the House of Representatives in the Co…
An implied presidential power that allows the president to re…
Supreme Court ruling on the power of the president, holding t…
22nd Amendment
Limits presidents to four year terms
Impeachment
The power delegated to the House of Representatives in the Co…
15 terms
American Politics: Presidency
Three models of presidency
old style delegate selection 1830s-1968
new style delegate selection 1970s - p…
caucus convention system
restricted - taft, passive, reactive to congress- sign or vet…
caucus/convention system - most states: party elites nominate…
direct primary system, voters nominate candidate by voting, v…
local party convention, district party convention, states par…
Three models of presidency
restricted - taft, passive, reactive to congress- sign or vet…
old style delegate selection 1830s-1968
caucus/convention system - most states: party elites nominate…
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AP Government & Politics - The Presidency
Divided Government
Unified Government
Representative Democracy
Direct Democracy
a government in which the presidency is controlled by one par…
the same party is in control of the White House and Congress
a political system in which leaders and representatives acqui…
political system in which all or most citizens participate di…
Divided Government
a government in which the presidency is controlled by one par…
Unified Government
the same party is in control of the White House and Congress
38 terms
American Politics The Presidency and The Bureaucracy
22 Amendment
25 Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
Limited presidents to two terms in 1951
Created means to select president when office becomes vacant
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
Break-ins and illegal wiretapping of Democratic National Comm…
22 Amendment
Limited presidents to two terms in 1951
25 Amendment
Created means to select president when office becomes vacant
10 terms
American Government.Political Parties
Political Party
Two-Party System
Republican Party
Democratic Party
A group of persons who seek to control government through the…
A political system dominated by two major parties
major political party in the U.S.A. with a conservative ideol…
major political party in the U.S.A with a liberal ideology
Political Party
A group of persons who seek to control government through the…
Two-Party System
A political system dominated by two major parties
15 terms
US government and politics ; Presidency
Head of state
Head of government
Electoral College votes
Impeachment
Acting as a leader when he/she is abroad, mostly being a symbol
Dealing with problems at home or domestic problems
Votes you get from each state to win the presidency, you need…
being removed from office
Head of state
Acting as a leader when he/she is abroad, mostly being a symbol
Head of government
Dealing with problems at home or domestic problems
44 terms
American Government Presidency
Expressed Powers
Military (Expressed powers)
Commander in Chief
Judicial (Expressed powers)
Powers specifically granted to the federal government by the…
Article II, section 2... Commander in Chief
The role of the president as supreme commander of the militar…
Article II, section 2... Pardons offenses against the US except…
Expressed Powers
Powers specifically granted to the federal government by the…
Military (Expressed powers)
Article II, section 2... Commander in Chief
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American Politics- The Presidency
Chief of State
Chief Executive
Chief Administator
ceremonial head of the government of the U.S.
vested by the constitution with "executive power"
Director of the federal Government
Chief of State
ceremonial head of the government of the U.S.
Chief Executive
vested by the constitution with "executive power"
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American Politics: The American Presidency (INCOMPLETE)
- Enforces all US laws ... - Responsible…
Modern presidential roles (6)
- Pardon power... - Ceremonial functions…
- Directives to all federal agencies…
Chief Executive
1. Chief Executive ... 2. Chief of state ... 3. Chief legislature…
Chief of state
"Executive Orders"
- Enforces all US laws ... - Responsible…
Chief Executive
Modern presidential roles (6)
1. Chief Executive ... 2. Chief of state ... 3. Chief legislature…
16 terms
American People and Politics: Presidency
Constitutional authority (presidential)
Statutory authority
vesting clause
Head of government
Powers derived from the provisions of the Constitution that o…
Powers derived from laws enacted by Congress that add to the…
Article II, Section 1, of the constitution, which states that…
Once role of the president, through which he or she has autho…
Constitutional authority (presidential)
Powers derived from the provisions of the Constitution that o…
Statutory authority
Powers derived from laws enacted by Congress that add to the…
30 terms
American Government: Presidency
Brownlow Report
Reorganization Act of 1939
two presidencies thesis
War Powers Act of 1973
"the president needs help" ... leads to president getting help a…
established the Executive Office of the President
the concept that the president enjoys more influence over for…
In 1973, Congress passed this law which requires that soldier…
Brownlow Report
"the president needs help" ... leads to president getting help a…
Reorganization Act of 1939
established the Executive Office of the President
12 terms
American politics: The presidency
President's legislative powers: veto a…
Why does the president have institutio…
Signing statements
Presidential power of legislative init…
Veto ... - presidents power to reject a bill from becoming a law…
- congress does not want to be responsible if something goes…
A "Signing Statement" is a written comment issued by a Presid…
- the presidents inherent power to bring a legislative agenda…
President's legislative powers: veto a…
Veto ... - presidents power to reject a bill from becoming a law…
Why does the president have institutio…
- congress does not want to be responsible if something goes…
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American Government The Presidency
T/F Democratic president Jimmy Cater c…
T/F The popularly elected president is…
T/F Divided government has been the re…
T/F Research suggests divided governme…
true
True
True
False. Divided governments ratify important treaties and pass…
T/F Democratic president Jimmy Cater c…
true
T/F The popularly elected president is…
True
10 terms
American Politics: The Presidency
According to separation of powers expe…
After the president and vice president…
Congress's tendency in recent years to…
In order to get around the need for Se…
A) A national defense and federal budget
A) Speaker if the house
A) The greater scope and complexity of the tasks that America…
D) Executive Agreements
According to separation of powers expe…
A) A national defense and federal budget
After the president and vice president…
A) Speaker if the house
16 terms
American Government - The Presidency
22 Amendment
25 Amendment
Inner cabinet
EOP
Confirms that the president would be limited to two terms
Ratified to clarify the succession to the presidency and the…
Secretary of State, secretary of defense, attorney general, t…
Made up of people and agencies that directly assists the chie…
22 Amendment
Confirms that the president would be limited to two terms
25 Amendment
Ratified to clarify the succession to the presidency and the…
39 terms
CH. 13: THE PRESIDENCY (Magruder's American Government)
CHIEF-OF-STATE
CHIEF EXECUTIVE
CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR
CHIEF DIPLOMAT
term for the President as the ceremonial head of the United S…
term term for the President as vested with the executive powe…
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 term for the President as vested with the executive powe…
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American Government Presidency
Articles of Impeachment
Cabinet
Executive Agreement
Executive Order
House impeaches President with simple majority... Senate tries i…
formal presidential advising body heading executive departments
formal government agreement by the president that does not re…
rule made by president that has the effect of law
Articles of Impeachment
House impeaches President with simple majority... Senate tries i…
Cabinet
formal presidential advising body heading executive departments
43 terms
American Government and Politics: Exam 1
Collective Dilemma
Coordination Problem
Collective Action Problem
Prisoner's Dilemma
A situation in which there is a conflict between group goals…
A situation in which two or more people are all better off if…
A collective action problem arises when people would all be b…
An interaction between two strategic actors in which neither…
Collective Dilemma
A situation in which there is a conflict between group goals…
Coordination Problem
A situation in which two or more people are all better off if…
24 terms
American Government- Presidency and Bureaucracy
Corwin's presidential hats
president's 2 main roles
qualifications for president
formal powers of president
administrative, chief executive, foreign relations, commander…
head of state, head of government
35 years old, natural born citizen, 14 years of U.S. residency
chief diplomat, negotiate treaties, appoint ambassadors, comm…
Corwin's presidential hats
administrative, chief executive, foreign relations, commander…
president's 2 main roles
head of state, head of government
80 terms
Government, Politics, Presidents, & Wars
government
politics
republic
democracy
a set of rules and institutions that helps us become better c…
how power is distributed
elect representatives to govern us
citizens allowed to participate
government
a set of rules and institutions that helps us become better c…
politics
how power is distributed
28 terms
AP Government and Politics - Presidency Terms
Advice and Consent
Agenda Setting
Cabinet
Council of Economic Advisors
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
Determining which public-policy questions will be debated or…
A group of presidential advisers not mentioned in the Constit…
a three-member body appointed by the president to advise the…
Advice and Consent
Terms in the Constitution describing the U.S. Senate's power…
Agenda Setting
Determining which public-policy questions will be debated or…
16 terms
Basics of American Government/Presidency
Colonial Government
Articles of Confederation
Problems with AOC
Constitutional Convention: Creating th…
-British Constitutional Monarchy was considered to be rather…
-Rebellion against Centralized Power... • Weak central governmen…
-Economic Problems... • No unified currency or banking system ... •…
-discussion over strong vs. weak executive... -Virginia Plan: Na…
Colonial Government
-British Constitutional Monarchy was considered to be rather…
Articles of Confederation
-Rebellion against Centralized Power... • Weak central governmen…
22 terms
American Government: Presidency
Executive Immunity
Presidents Staff:
Vice President: Selection, Duties, Rem…
The Line of Succession:
-Regarding civil trials, the Supreme Court held in Clinton v.…
-Called Secretaries with the exception of the head of the Jus…
-Basically Pres nominates VP... -Take over for Pres if he/she di…
Pres-->VP-->Speaker of House-->President Pro Tempore
Executive Immunity
-Regarding civil trials, the Supreme Court held in Clinton v.…
Presidents Staff:
-Called Secretaries with the exception of the head of the Jus…
28 terms
American Government Chapter 13: The Presidency
chief of state
chief executive
chief administrator
chief diplomat
ceremonial head of the government
most powerful man in the world
head of the executive branch
main architect of the nation's foreign policy
chief of state
ceremonial head of the government
chief executive
most powerful man in the world
26 terms
American Government and Politics Today Chapter 2
Anti-Federalist
Amendment requirements
Articles of Confederation
Bill of Rights
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
1) Propose: 2/3 House+2/3 Senate... Ratify: 3/4 state legislatur…
America's 1st constitution from 1781-1789. it provided a weak…
The first 10 Amendments to the Constitution. They provide for…
Anti-Federalist
An individual who opposed the ratification of the new Constit…
Amendment requirements
1) Propose: 2/3 House+2/3 Senate... Ratify: 3/4 state legislatur…
19 terms
American Federal Government: The Presidency
Constitutional Powers
Military Powers
Judicial Power
Diplomatic Power
The powers and duties of the president are outlined in Articl…
The president has the power to formulate and direct military…
The Presidential Power to grant reprieves, pardons, and amnes…
1.) To make treaties (with the advice and consent of the sena…
Constitutional Powers
The powers and duties of the president are outlined in Articl…
Military Powers
The president has the power to formulate and direct military…
17 terms
American Government - Political Participation
Political Parties
Third Parties
Splinter Party
Ideological Party
help to nominate candidates AND observe the party in power
promote ideas that were unpopular or heavily debated
a party that splits away from major parties because of disagr…
a third party that focuses on an overall change in society, n…
Political Parties
help to nominate candidates AND observe the party in power
Third Parties
promote ideas that were unpopular or heavily debated
30 terms
Intro to American Politics: President
Legal Presidential Powers
Political Power
Rule of propinquity
Pyramid Structure
Potential for power found in ambiguous clauses of the Constit…
Greatest source of power lies in politics and public opinion
power is wielded by people who are in the room when a decisio…
most assistants report through hierarchy to chief of staff, w…
Legal Presidential Powers
Potential for power found in ambiguous clauses of the Constit…
Political Power
Greatest source of power lies in politics and public opinion
33 terms
Presidency: American Government FINAL
25th Amendment
Basic Criteria for President
Cabinet
Chief of Staff
Amendment that creates a chain of succession for filling in t…
At least 35 years old, natural-born citizen, has lived in US…
President's advisory council (chief of staff, etc.). not requ…
The head of the Whitehouse staff; the manager of the president.
25th Amendment
Amendment that creates a chain of succession for filling in t…
Basic Criteria for President
At least 35 years old, natural-born citizen, has lived in US…
American Government: The Presidency
Chief Executive
Commander in Chief
Head of State
Diplomat
The head of the executive branch of government; in the United…
The supreme commander of a nation's military force.
The person who serves as the ceremonial head of country's gov…
A person who represents one country in dealing with represent…
Chief Executive
The head of the executive branch of government; in the United…
Commander in Chief
The supreme commander of a nation's military force.
8 terms
Political Government; President
Enumerated v. Implied Powers
veto
leadership styles
Groupthink syndrome
veto v. lobbyist, cheerleader, leader of the free world
reject
stewardship: do the public's will (expressed as presidents ag…
overestimation of group's power and mortality, closed-mindedn…
Enumerated v. Implied Powers
veto v. lobbyist, cheerleader, leader of the free world
veto
reject
42 terms
American Government and Politics Today Chapter 1
politics
institution
government
order
The struggle over power or influence within organizations or…
an ongoing organization that performs certain functions for s…
the institution in which decisions are made that resolve conf…
a state of peace and security. Maintaining order by protectin…
politics
The struggle over power or influence within organizations or…
institution
an ongoing organization that performs certain functions for s…
44 terms
American Government Presidency
Expressed Powers
Military (Expressed powers)
Commander in Chief
Judicial (Expressed powers)
Powers specifically granted to the federal government by the…
Article II, section 2... Commander in Chief
The role of the president as supreme commander of the militar…
Article II, section 2... Pardons offenses against the US except…
Expressed Powers
Powers specifically granted to the federal government by the…
Military (Expressed powers)
Article II, section 2... Commander in Chief
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…
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…
16 terms
American government presidency
Executive order
Executive pivilege
Impeachment
Implied power
Effective law given by a president
withhold information
Removed from office by congress
Power of the president not directly spelled out in the consti…
Executive order
Effective law given by a president
Executive pivilege
withhold information
23 terms
The Presidency : AP American Government
Appointment Power
Bully Pulpit
Cabinet
Chief Executive
The president's authority to fill a government office or posi…
The persuasive power of the office. They're powerful and ther…
The heads the executive departments
The head of the executive branch as a whole
Appointment Power
The president's authority to fill a government office or posi…
Bully Pulpit
The persuasive power of the office. They're powerful and ther…
19 terms
American Government and Politics Today Ch 3
Federalism
Unitary System
Confederal System
Elastic Clause
A system of government in which power is divided by a written…
A centralized government system in which local or subdivision…
A system consisting of a league of independent states, each h…
Clause that says Congress can do whatever is necessary to exe…
Federalism
A system of government in which power is divided by a written…
Unitary System
A centralized government system in which local or subdivision…
15 terms
American Government Presidency Unit
Presidential Election Process
IF President Can No Longer Serve
Executive Order
Commander in Chief
States have a number of electors in the electoral college. Th…
VP, Speaker of House, Pres. Pro Tempore of Senate, Sec. of St…
A formal rule instructing executive officials on how to carry…
Orders troops into action and calls them back home- checked b…
Presidential Election Process
States have a number of electors in the electoral college. Th…
IF President Can No Longer Serve
VP, Speaker of House, Pres. Pro Tempore of Senate, Sec. of St…
33 terms
American Government Ch. 13 The Presidency
Chief of State
Chief Executive
Chief Citizen
Chief Administrator
The ceremonial head of government, symbol of the people
Broad power in domestic and foreign affairs.
Works for and represents the public interest.
Director of the Federal Government, in which he directs the l…
Chief of State
The ceremonial head of government, symbol of the people
Chief Executive
Broad power in domestic and foreign affairs.
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