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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…
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…
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…
66 terms
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
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
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…
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
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…
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
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…
48 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…
50 terms
Government & Politics Lecture Outline The Presidency
Presidential Qualifications
Executive Power
Military Power
War Power Resolution
must be a "natural born citizen", must have lived in the U.S.…
the president "executes" or administers the decisions made by…
the president is commander in chief of the armed services
requires the president to report to Congress within 48 hours…
Presidential Qualifications
must be a "natural born citizen", must have lived in the U.S.…
Executive Power
the president "executes" or administers the decisions made by…
35 terms
AP US Government and Politics, Ch. 13 Presidency
Age required to be president
Birth Requirement
Resident Requirement
Twelfth Amendment
35
Natural born
14 years
An amendment to the Constitution ,adopted in 1804, that speci…
Age required to be president
35
Birth Requirement
Natural born
73 terms
AP government and politics Presidency and Bureaucracy
independent Regulatory Agencies
Federal Communications Commissions
Central Intelligence Agency
merit system
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…
1. the system of employing and promoting civil servants on th…
independent Regulatory Agencies
agencies that are quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial in nat…
Federal Communications Commissions
1. Regulates airways.... 2. Regulates interstate and internation…
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…
33 terms
AP Government & Politics: Chapter 12 - The Presidency
Divided Government
Unified Government
Representative Democracy
Direct Democracy
A government in which one party controls the White House and…
A government in white one party controls the White House and…
A system that causes delays, intesifies deliberations, forces…
A system that belives what people want should become a law wi…
Divided Government
A government in which one party controls the White House and…
Unified Government
A government in white one party controls the White House and…
35 terms
AP US Government and Politics, Ch. 13 Presidency
Age required to be president
Birth Requirement
Resident Requirement
Twelfth Amendment
35
Natural born
14 years
An amendment to the Constitution ,adopted in 1804, that speci…
Age required to be president
35
Birth Requirement
Natural born
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…
18 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 14 - The Presidency
Divided government
Unified government
Gridlock
Electoral college
One party controls the White House and one party controls one…
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
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 one party controls one…
Unified government
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
33 terms
AP Government & Politics: Chapter 12 - The Presidency
Divided Government
Unified Government
Representative Democracy
Direct Democracy
A government in which one party controls the White House and…
A government in white one party controls the White House and…
A system that causes delays, intesifies deliberations, forces…
A system that belives what people want should become a law wi…
Divided Government
A government in which one party controls the White House and…
Unified Government
A government in white one party controls the White House and…
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…
120 terms
AP GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS CONGRESS AND PRESIDENCY VOCAB
"Advice and consent"
Ad hoc model
Amendment
Appropriations bill
Role of the U.S. senate in relation to presidential appointme…
Model of office organization in the White House where subordi…
A formal addition or change to a bill under consideration
Any piece of legislation involving the funding of a particula…
"Advice and consent"
Role of the U.S. senate in relation to presidential appointme…
Ad hoc model
Model of office organization in the White House where subordi…
102 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 14 - The Presidency
PRESIDENTS AND PRIME MINISTERS
Characteristics of Prime Ministers (6)
Characteristics of Presidents (6)
Presidential System
...
- chief executive (chosen by. members of the majority party i…
- chief executive (chosen by voters; 16 nations)... - no guarant…
president and congress often work at cross-purposes
PRESIDENTS AND PRIME MINISTERS
...
Characteristics of Prime Ministers (6)
- chief executive (chosen by. members of the majority party i…
40 terms
AP Government and Politics - The Presidency (Chapter 7)
Chief of state
Chief executive
Chief administrator
Chief diplomat
Ceremonial head of government
The leader of the executive branch and holder of executive po…
The director of executive branch, president is in charge of a…
The main architect of the nation's foreign policy and its chi…
Chief of state
Ceremonial head of government
Chief executive
The leader of the executive branch and holder of executive po…
35 terms
Chapter 13: The Presidency - AP Government and Politics
22 Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
25 Amendment
Passed in 1951, limits presidents to 2 terms in office
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
The events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Passed in 1951, permits the vice president to become acting p…
22 Amendment
Passed in 1951, limits presidents to 2 terms in office
Impeachment
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
28 terms
AP US Government and Politics Ch 12 The Presidency
Ad Hoc Structure
Article II
Cabinet
Circular Structure
A method of organizing a president's staff in which several t…
A statement that defines the constitutional powers of the pre…
A president's council of advisers.
A method of organizing a president's staff in which several p…
Ad Hoc Structure
A method of organizing a president's staff in which several t…
Article II
A statement that defines the constitutional powers of the pre…
33 terms
AP Government & Politics: Chapter 12 - The Presidency
Divided Government
Unified Government
Representative Democracy
Direct Democracy
A government in which one party controls the White House and…
A government in white one party controls the White House and…
A system that causes delays, intesifies deliberations, forces…
A system that belives what people want should become a law wi…
Divided Government
A government in which one party controls the White House and…
Unified Government
A government in white one party controls the White House and…
8 terms
(WIP) AP Government and Politics Chapter 14: 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 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…
33 terms
AP Government & Politics: Chapter 12 - The Presidency
Divided Government
Unified Government
Representative Democracy
Direct Democracy
A government in which one party controls the White House and…
A government in white one party controls the White House and…
A system that causes delays, intesifies deliberations, forces…
A system that belives what people want should become a law wi…
Divided Government
A government in which one party controls the White House and…
Unified Government
A government in white one party controls the White House and…
18 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 14 - The Presidency
Divided government
Unified government
Gridlock
Electoral college
One party controls the White House and one party controls one…
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
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 one party controls one…
Unified government
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 14 - The Presidency
Divided government
Unified government
Gridlock
Electoral college
One party controls the White House and one party controls one…
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
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 one party controls one…
Unified government
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
18 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 14 - The Presidency
Divided government
Unified government
Gridlock
Electoral college
One party controls the White House and one party controls one…
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
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 one party controls one…
Unified government
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
18 terms
AP U.S. Government & Politics: Presidency Vocabulary
cabinet
honeymoon period
momentum
open-party caucuses
A group consisting of the heads of the (cabinet) executive de…
The president's first months in office, a time when Congress,…
A strong showing by a candidate in early presidential nominat…
Meetings at which a party's candidates for nomination are vot…
cabinet
A group consisting of the heads of the (cabinet) executive de…
honeymoon period
The president's first months in office, a time when Congress,…
64 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 14 - The Presidency
Divided government
Unified government
Gridlock
Electoral college
One party controls the White House and one party controls one…
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
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 one party controls one…
Unified government
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
15 terms
AP Government and Politics Chapter 12 - The Presidency
Twenty-second Amendment
Twenty-fifth Amendment
impeachment
Watergate
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…
the events and scandal surrounding a break-in at the Democrat…
Twenty-second Amendment
Ratified in 1951, this amendment limits presidents to two ter…
Twenty-fifth Amendment
ratified in 1967, this amendment permits the vice president t…
18 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 14 - The Presidency
Divided government
Unified government
Gridlock
Electoral college
One party controls the White House and one party controls one…
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
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 one party controls one…
Unified government
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
18 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 14 - The Presidency
Divided government
Unified government
Gridlock
Electoral college
One party controls the White House and one party controls one…
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
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 one party controls one…
Unified government
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 14 - The Presidency
Divided government
Unified government
Gridlock
Electoral college
One party controls the White House and one party controls one…
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
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 one party controls one…
Unified government
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
44 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 14 - The Presidency
Unified government
Pyramid structure (include pros & cons…
Circular structure (include pros & con…
Ad hoc structure (include pros & cons…
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
A president's subordinates report to him through a clear chai…
Seceral of the president's assistants report directly to him.…
Seceral subordinates, cabinet officers and committees report…
Unified government
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
Pyramid structure (include pros & cons…
A president's subordinates report to him through a clear chai…
18 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 14 - The Presidency
Divided government
Unified government
Gridlock
Electoral college
One party controls the White House and one party controls one…
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
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 one party controls one…
Unified government
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
18 terms
AP Government and Politics: Chapter 14 - The Presidency
Divided government
Unified government
Gridlock
Electoral college
One party controls the White House and one party controls one…
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
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 one party controls one…
Unified government
The same party controls the White House and both houses of go…
23 terms
AP Government and Politics Unit 4 Presidency Test
Clinton vs City of New York
Humphrey's Executor vs US
Myers vs US
US vs Nixon
1998; William Rehnquist; ruled that the line item veto was un…
1935; Charles Hughes; ruled that FDR could not fire members o…
1926; William Taft; ruled that president has the exclusive au…
1974; Warren E. Burger; ruled that the president is not above…
Clinton vs City of New York
1998; William Rehnquist; ruled that the line item veto was un…
Humphrey's Executor vs US
1935; Charles Hughes; ruled that FDR could not fire members o…
29 terms
AP U.S. Government and Politics - Presidency Test
Chief of State
Chief Executive
Chief Administrator
Chief Diplomat
the ceremonial head of government and the symbol of the Ameri…
the leader of the executive branch and holder of the executiv…
the director of the executive branch - directs the more than…
the main architect, planner, and negotiator of the nation's f…
Chief of State
the ceremonial head of government and the symbol of the Ameri…
Chief Executive
the leader of the executive branch and holder of the executiv…
46 terms
AP Government and Politics President & Bureaucracy Unit
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrat
Department
Independent Agencies
Literally "rule by people at desks". According to Max Weber,…
one who works for a department or agency of the federal gover…
One of the principal executive divisions of the federal gover…
"independent" in this case means "separate" and therefore not…
Bureaucracy
Literally "rule by people at desks". According to Max Weber,…
Bureaucrat
one who works for a department or agency of the federal gover…
10 terms
Unit 6 - The Presidency AP Government and Politics
List and describe the right roles of t…
What are the three qualifications to b…
How long is a president's term?
How many terms can a president serve?
Chief of State - ceremonial head of government ... Chief Execut…
1. Natural born citizen... 2. At least 35 years old... 3. Lived in…
4 years
No more than 2
List and describe the right roles of t…
Chief of State - ceremonial head of government ... Chief Execut…
What are the three qualifications to b…
1. Natural born citizen... 2. At least 35 years old... 3. Lived in…
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…
AP US Government and Politics Vocab - Unit 7 The Presidency
bully pulpits
cabinet
chief executive
executive office of the president
the ability to use the office of the presidency to promote a…
part of the "unwritten Constitution," it was first establishe…
used to describe the president. Powers found in Article II of…
created by Franklin Roosevelt in 1939; it has four major poli…
bully pulpits
the ability to use the office of the presidency to promote a…
cabinet
part of the "unwritten Constitution," it was first establishe…
28 terms
AP US Government and Politics Ch 14 Vocab (The Presidency)
Ad Hoc Structure
Article II
Cabinet
Circular Structure
A method of organizing a president's staff in which several t…
A statement that defines the constitutional powers of the pre…
A president's council of advisers.
A method of organizing a president's staff in which several p…
Ad Hoc Structure
A method of organizing a president's staff in which several t…
Article II
A statement that defines the constitutional powers of the pre…
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.
46 terms
AP Government and Politics President & Bureaucracy Unit
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrat
Department
Independent Agencies
Literally "rule by people at desks". According to Max Weber,…
one who works for a department or agency of the federal gover…
One of the principal executive divisions of the federal gover…
"independent" in this case means "separate" and therefore not…
Bureaucracy
Literally "rule by people at desks". According to Max Weber,…
Bureaucrat
one who works for a department or agency of the federal gover…
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