Chapter 13 Review--The Presidency

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The Executive Office is located in the ____ (4 letter acronym or full name).
How many Presidents have so far served two or more full terms?
Name a Legislative Constitutional power of the President. (one of 5)
Presidential responsibilities have (increased or decreased) substantially since the Great Depression and WWII.
Have a variety of different prior occupations been represented among Presidents since WWII? yes or no
Name an Administrative Constitutional power of the President. (one of 4)
Richard Neustadt has argued that presidential power is the power to _______
Name one of two main methods for becoming President.
The president's party typically (gains or loses) congressional seats in midterm elections.
Americans (like or dislike) a concentration of power
Name a Constitutional requirement for someone to be President.
A big challenge for the President living up to the expectations of the _____
The Presidency mainly consists of three things. Name one of them.
The Framers feared the governmental structure known as a _______, so they restricted executive powers.
Which amendment to the Constitution established a two term limit for Presidents?
When Congress adjourns within 10 days of submitting a bill to the president and the president lets it die by not taking action on it, it's known as a ______ ______.
Fill in the blanks (separate with space): Public approval gives the president _______, not _______.
For more than what percentage of American history, the President hasn't been elected to office.
Name a Judicial Constitutional power of the President. (one of 2)
The House impeached Bill Clinton, and the Senate (acquitted or convicted) him during his trial.
The ___ (3 letter acronym) was created in 1947 to coordinate the president's foreign and military policy advisors.
True or False: The Constitution mentions the term 'chief legislator'.
True or False: The First Lady is not an official government position.
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_________ is roughly the equivalent of an indictment in criminal law.
The ___ (3 letter acronym) consists of three members who advise the president on economic policy.
A _______ and _______ system is a system of White House management where many aides have equal status and balance each other in decision making.
Name a National Security Constitutional power of the President. (one of 4)
This number amendment to the Constitution deals with the Presidential line of succession in the event that the President is incapacitated.
The _______ scandal involved a break in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters and ended up leading to ______'s demise. (two word answer, separate with space)
The _______ is composed of 14 secretaries, the attorney general, and select advisors of the President's choosing.
Name a cabinet department and its current secretary (no 'department of' and only last name; separate with space).
Have a variety of different religions been represented by presidents since WWII? yes or no
Who said, 'I do not choose to run'?
The Presidency is today (like or unlike) it was when the Framers designed it.
The ___ (3 letter acronym) was created in 1921 and consists of a handful of political appointees and hundreds of skilled professionals.
Today there are about ___ people who work on the White House staff.
New presidents have about ___ high-level positions available for appointment including cabinet and subcabinet jobs as well as heads of agencies.
The ______ _______ were a secret history of the Vietnam War.
Vice presidents have usually been viewed as (important or unimportant).
A _______ system is a system of White House management where authority is delegated down level by level.
The Constitution guarantees a Presidential term of how many years?
The phenomenon of _______ _______ happens when voters vote in a higher number of candidates for congress from the same party as the president who they vote in.
Presidential power has greatly (grown or shrunk) since the early days of the Presidency.
Nixon's vice president who resigned and preceded Ford was _____, a former governor of Maryland.
Which post-WWII president had the most vetoes by far?

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