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Government Chapter 13 Study GuideKnow and understand the Presidential Roles:Chief of StateCommander in chiefChief ExecutiveChief LegislatorChief AdministratorChief of partyChief DiplomatChief CitizenFormal Qualifications of a president.Presidential SuccessionPresidential DisabilityPresident’s SalaryDuties of Vice PresidentHave any events prevented a presidential election?Framer’s original plan for election of the PresidentPresidential electorsOpposed popular voteElectoral CollegeFlaws in Electoral CollegeEffect of political partiesHow were president and vice president chosen?Election of 180012th AmendmentNational ConventionsSelection of delegatesAcceptance speechKeynote addressGoals of National ConventionRole of two major partiesPresidential PrimariesCongressional caucusesRole of political partiesWinner-take-allProportional RepresentationPresidential SuccessionActing PresidentPresidential Succession Act of 1947Order of succession (know 1st 7)25th Amendment and the 4 clausesPresidential DisabilityVice Presidential VacancyElectoral CollegeFlawsif no majority who decidesElection of 1800changes over timeSelection of electors12th AmendmentTerms:Battleground Statespresidential electorPlatform popular electionProportional plan22nd AmendmentPresidential debateSelection of delegatesChapter 14 - The Presidency in Action - Test STUDY GUIDEReprievePardonCommutationExecutive ArticleTreatyWhat 3 factors have worked to strengthen the growth of the powers of the presidency?Who does the President share military powers with?When is the only time the President cannot exercise judicial power?What two measures give the President the power to issue executive orders?What has the debate over the powers of the Presidency been essentially about?What does the ordinance power give the President the right to do?Explain the difference between a treaty and an executive agreement?What are the different actions the President takes when he/she receives a bill?What does the term imperial presidency refer to?Explain what the ordinance power of the President is.When the president recognizes a nation, what is one action he would take to ensure recognition?What is the length of time threat a President can commit American forces to combat without the approval of Congress?Which type of bill did the president have the line-item veto for?What does the presidential power of commutation allow the president to do?Explain what the President has done, when he declares someone persona non grata.What type of cases do the President’s clemency powers apply only to?Explain what a pocket veto is.What was the purpose of the War Powers Resolution of 1973?If a President does not agree with a federal law, he or she can take what action?How have some President’s gotten around the Senate’s refusal to ratify a treaty? ................
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