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chapter 13 quiz

Course Number: GOVT 2302, Spring 2008

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Chapter 13 1. The office of the presidency was established by _____ of the Constitution. Student Response Correct Answer 1. Article I 2. Article II 3. Article IV 4. Article III Score: 1/1 Feedback 2. Which of the following attributes did the framers intend for the office of the president to possess? Student Response Correct Answer 1. all of the above 2. energy 3. popularity 4. extensive flexibility Score: 1/1...

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13 Chapter 1. The office of the presidency was established by _____ of the Constitution. Student Response Correct Answer 1. Article I 2. Article II 3. Article IV 4. Article III Score: 1/1 Feedback 2. Which of the following attributes did the framers intend for the office of the president to possess? Student Response Correct Answer 1. all of the above 2. energy 3. popularity 4. extensive flexibility Score: 1/1 Feedback 3. The rise of national conventions to nominate the president led to the empowerment of what group? Student Response Correct Answer 1. state party leaders 2. the candidates 3. the voters Feedback 4. Congress Score: 1/1 4. What did the framers mean to accomplish by the indirect election of the president? Student Response Correct Answer 1. to make the president responsible to state and national legislatures 2. to make a more independent and powerful chief executive 3. to bind the president to the will of the people 4. to create an imperial presidency to counter the power of Congress Score: 1/1 Feedback 5. The system of nominating presidential candidates, in the early 1800s, that left the candidates beholden to their party's leaders in Congress was called Student Response Correct Answer 1. party primaries. 2. presidential gerrymandering. 3. King Caucus. Feedback 4. congressional nominations. Score: 1/1 6. Through the act of delegating powers, the national structure of government in the 1930s went from _____ to _____. Student Response Correct Answer 1. presidential centered; legislative centered 2. legally oriented; command oriented 3. legislative centered; presidential centered 4. constitutional; imperial Score: 1/1 Feedback 7. The most common form of constitutional powers possessed by the president are _____ powers. Student Response Correct Answer 1. delegated 2. expressed 3. suspected 4. implied Score: 1/1 Feedback 8. When the president infers powers from the "rights, duties and obligations" of the presidency, these are called Student Response Correct Answer 1. necessary and proper powers. 2. war powers. 3. delegated powers. 4. inherent powers. Score: 1/1 Feedback 9. The turning point in American politics toward a president-centered government came about during the administration of Student Response Correct Answer 1. Abraham Lincoln. 2. Andrew Jackson. 3. Richard Nixon. 4. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Score: 1/1 Feedback 10. The president's position as head of state is defined in the Constitution by all of the following powers except Student Response Correct Answer 1. partisan. 2. military. 3. diplomatic. 4. judicial. Score: 1/1 Feedback 11. The power to declare war is given to whom under the Constitution? Student Response Correct Answer 1. the Senate 2. both houses of Congress 3. the Senate with the approval of the president 4. the president Score: 1/1 Feedback 12. The president must share foreign policy powers with Student Response Correct Answer 1. the Joint Chiefs of Staff. 2. the vice president. 3. the states. 4. Congress. Score: 1/1 Feedback 13. The _____ asserted that the president could send American troops into action abroad only in the event of a declaration of war or other statutory authorization by Congress, or if American troops were attacked or directly endangered. Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. National Security Act of 1947 2. Boland Amendment of 1982 3. War Powers Resolution of 1973 4. Neutrality Act of 1937 Score: 1/1 14. The goal of the War Powers Resolution was to Student Response Correct Answer 1. check the ability of Congress to cut off funding for troops when the president sends them overseas without congressional approval. 2. end the Vietnam War. 3. compel a congressional declaration of war for every largescale military operation. 4. limit the power of the president to commit American troops to military action without authorization from Congress. Score: 1/1 Feedback 15. The term _____ was coined by critics who feared that the chief executive's powers had grown too great since World War II. Student Response Correct Answer 1. "the imperial presidency" 2. "Pax Americana" 3. "the overimmunized executive" 4. "Nixonization" Score: 1/1 Feedback 16. In undertaking the campaign against the Taliban in 2001, George W. Bush Student Response Correct Answer 1. sought and received congressional authorization for the bombing but not a declaration of war. 2. sought and received a declaration of war from Congress. 3. sought but failed to receive a declaration of war from Congress. 4. took action without approval from Feedback Congress. Score: 1/1 17. When Dwight Eisenhower sent federal troops into Little Rock High School in 1957, it demonstrated that Student Response Correct Answer 1. the president requires the federal court's approval before using troops in domestic disturbances. 2. the use of the president's emergency powers against domestic disorder necessitates a request by the governor of the affected state. 3. the president needs congressional authorization to use troops in domestic, as well as in international, situations. 4. the president may make unilateral use of the emergency powers to protect states against domestic disorder. Score: 1/1 Feedback 18. All of the following have been uses of the president's power of amnesty or pardon except Student Response Correct Answer 1. George Washington's amnesty to all Americans who fought for the British during the War for Independence. 2. Andrew Johnson's amnesty to all Confederate soldiers. 3. Jimmy Carter's amnesty for all draft evaders during the Vietnam conflict. 4. Gerald Ford's pardon of Richard Nixon for crimes he may have committed. Score: 1/1 Feedback 19. Why was George Washington's reception of Edmond Genet as ambassador of France during the French Revolution so significant? Student Response Correct Answer 1. It reflected the authority of the president to officially recognize specific regimes as Feedback the official sovereign power of a nation when there is doubt as to who rules. 2. It was the first time any nation had recognized the United States as independent. 3. It demonstrated that the United States could use diplomacy to keep out of European conflicts. 4. It prevented the economic embargo of American goods by the king of France. Score: 1/1 20. In order to get around the need for Senate approval of treaties, many contemporary presidents have made use of _____ in foreign affairs. Student Response Correct Answer 1. executive immunity 2. international protocols 3. executive agreements 4. diplomacy Score: 1/1 Feedback 21. Executive agreements are different from formal treaties in that they Student Response Correct Answer 1. do not have to be approved by the House. 2. are generally formulated at meetings of the United Nations. 3. have been ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court. 4. do not have to be approved by the Senate. Score: 1/1 Feedback 22. Which of the following statements concerning secret agreements between the president and foreign nations is incorrect? Student Response Correct Answer 1. Presidents have never fully complied with Congress's reporting requirement. 2. During the 1960s, Congress discovered that several presidents had made secret agreements with foreign nations without informing Congress. Feedback 3. The Supreme Court upheld the practice of secret agreements as part of the inherent authority of the president. 4. Congress passed a law requiring the White House to provide Congress a list of every executive agreement signed by the president. Score: 1/1 23. The president has the power to appoint all of the following, with the approval of the Senate, except Student Response Correct Answer 1. the vice president. 2. cabinet secretaries. 3. all federal judges. 4. all of the above Score: 1/1 Feedback 24. Why is the president's State of the Union address important? Student Response Correct Answer 1. It is often the only time that members of Congress get to directly question Feedback the president. 2. It is an opportunity for the president to set the legislative agenda by initiating proposals and directing public attention to the executive's goals. 3. It is an opportunity for the president to highlight the positive actions of the previous year. 4. It is the only time the president is constitutionally allowed to address Congress. Score: 1/1 25. What is required for Congress to override a presidential veto? Student Response Correct Answer 1. A president's veto cannot be overridden, unless it concerns the budget, in which case it requires a three-fourths majority of both houses. 2. two-thirds of both houses of Congress 3. three-fourths of both houses of Congress Feedback 4. a majority of both houses of Congress Score: 1/1 26. When the president strikes out only specific provisions of a bill but signs the rest, it is called a Student Response Correct Answer 1. razor blade veto. 2. prerogative veto. 3. line-item veto. 4. pocket veto. Score: 1/1 Feedback 27. Which of the following does the president not have the constitutional power to perform? Student Response Correct Answer 1. a line-item veto 2. a veto 3. a pocket veto 4. The president has the power to perform all of the above. Score: 1/1 Feedback 28. The president's power to set the debate concerning public policy in Congress is called Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. a legislative initiative. 2. an executive order. 3. an executive mandate. 4. an executive privilege. Score: 1/1 29. An executive order is Student Response Correct Answer 1. a rule or regulation issued unilaterally by the president, with the status of a law. 2. any act of the executive branch that does not have to be made public. 3. a demand to Congress that it vote on a particular piece of legislation. 4. an emergency decree that is law only for the duration of a crisis or pending congressional approval. Score: 1/1 Feedback 30. The president's delegated powers come from Student Response Correct Answer 1. Congress. 2. the Constitution. 3. the president's party. 4. the states. Score: 1/1 Feedback 31. Which of the following has caused an increase in the president's delegated powers? Student Response Correct Answer 1. the War Powers Resolution 2. the shift toward a more bipartisan political environment in Congress 3. the increasing scope and complexity of legislation is increasing 4. recent constitutional amendments broadening the president's powers Score: 1/1 Feedback 32. Federal executive agencies do each of the following in implementing legislation except Student Response Correct Answer 1. seek advisory opinions from the federal courts as to the constitutionality of the rules. 2. issue orders to groups and individuals designed impel to conformity with the law. 3. promulgate rules based on the legislation. 4. interpret the intent of Congress. Score: 1/1 Feedback 33. Which of the following executive agencies has the least level of discretion, as the result of very detailed Congressional legislation? Student Response Correct Answer 1. Environmental Protection Agency 2. All of the above have very narrowly drawn mandates. 3. Occupational Safety and Health Administration 4. Internal Revenue Service Score: 1/1 Feedback 34. Which of the following statements about the cabinet is incorrect? Student Response Correct Answer 1. The cabinet does not meet as a group, except during the State of the Union address. 2. The cabinet does not make decisions collectively. 3. The Senate must approve the president's choice of cabinet secretaries. 4. The cabinet has no status under the Constitution. Score: 1/1 Feedback 35. The _____ is the informal designation for the heads of the major federal government departments. Student Response Correct Answer 1. Committee of Staff 2. White House staff 3. cabinet 4. presidential advisory committee Score: 1/1 Feedback 36. The formal group of presidential foreign policy advisers, established in 1947, is called the Student Response Correct Answer 1. Joint Chiefs of Staff. 2. Council on Foreign Affairs. 3. State Department. 4. National Security Council. Score: 1/1 Feedback 37. The groups of advisers and analysts to the president are collectively called the Student Response Correct Answer 1. cabinet. 2. White House staff. 3. kitchen cabinet. 4. Executive Council of Advisers. Score: 1/1 Feedback 38. An informal group of advisers to the president is often called the Student Response Correct Answer 1. Kitchen Cabinet. 2. good ol' boys (despite the fact that many women Feedback have entered these ranks). 3. plumbers. 4. Round Table. Score: 1/1 39. The Office of Management and Budget and the Council of Economic Advisers are both parts of Student Response Correct Answer 1. the Executive Office of the President. 2. the White House staff. 3. the Office of the Vice President. 4. the cabinet. Score: 1/1 Feedback 40. The National Security Council is composed of all of the following, except the Student Response Correct Answer 1. Attorney General. 2. Secretary of the Defense. 3. Speaker of the House. 4. Vice President. Score: 1/1 Feedback 41. As a means of managing the gigantic executive branch, presidents have increasingly come to rely upon the Student Response Correct Answer 1. White House staff. 2. Kitchen Cabinet. 3. Executive Office of the President. 4. Cabinet. Score: 1/1 Feedback 42. What is the primary constitutional task of the vice president, besides succeeding the president in case of death, resignation, or incapacitation? Student Response Correct Answer 1. to serve as Speaker of the House of Representatives 2. to represent the president overseas 3. to act as chief admiral of the U.S. Navy 4. to cast tie-breaking votes in the Senate Score: 1/1 Feedback 43. The main political value of the vice president is to Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. give the president an institutional link to Congress. 2. bring the president votes in the election from a group or region that would not otherwise be a likely source of support. 3. draw negative attention away from the president during times of crisis. 4. act as the political party's chief fundraiser. Score: 1/1 44. After the president and the vice president, which office is next in the line of succession? Student Response Correct Answer 1. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court 2. Secretary of State 3. Speaker of the House 4. Senate Majority Leader Score: 1/1 Feedback 45. The first lady is an important resource for the president in his capacity as Student Response Correct Answer 1. head of government. 2. commander in chief. 3. head of state. 4. legislative initiator. Score: 1/1 Feedback 46. A significant initiative set forth by Lyndon Johnson was Student Response Correct Answer 1. Prohibition. 2. the New Deal. 3. the Great Society. 4. the War on Terrorism. Score: 1/1 Feedback 47. Who was the first first lady to seek and win public office on her own? Student Response Correct Answer 1. Dolly Madison 2. Eleanor Roosevelt 3. Betty Ford 4. Hillary Clinton Score: 1/1 Feedback 48. Who was the first first lady to hold a government post? Student Response Correct Answer 1. Betty Ford 2. Lady Bird Johnson 3. Eleanor Roosevelt 4. Dolly Madison Score: 1/1 Feedback 49. _____ is the claim that the electorate has given the winner of a presidential election a special authority to carry out her or his plans. Student Response Correct Answer 1. A mandate 2. An anointment 3. An inauguration 4. Patronage Score: 1/1 Feedback 50. When are the president's partisan ties most important? Student Response Correct Answer 1. in raising campaign funds 2. in dealing with Congress on legislative matters 3. in winning support from public Feedback opinion 4. in making executive appointments Score: 1/1 51. Which of the following is not one of the three most common ways in which presidents can expand their base of power? Student Response Correct Answer 1. Congressional mandate 2. party support 3. administrative control 4. popular mobilization Score: 1/1 Feedback 52. A president who claims to possess a mandate from the American electorate could arguably Student Response Correct Answer 1. ignore all legislative mandates passed by Congress. 2. claim the authority to increase taxes without the approval of Congress. 3. claim that voters have approved the Feedback president's agenda and that the state legislatures should unhesitatingly support it. 4. claim that voters have approved the agenda he campaigned on, and that Congress ought therefore to approve it. Score: 1/1 53. The technique of popular mobilization dates back to the presidency of Student Response Correct Answer 1. Thomas Jefferson. 2. Ulysses S. Grant. 3. Theodore Roosevelt. 4. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Score: 1/1 Feedback 54. Why was it considered shocking when, after the Civil War, Andrew Johnson made a series of speeches seeking public support for his Reconstruction policies? Student Response Correct Answer 1. Johnson traveled with his own press secretary, the first time a president had used public Feedback relations officials. 2. Johnson's speeches were delivered only in the former Confederate states and ignored the North, where he most needed support. 3. Johnson did not speak to the general public, but instead spoke only to handpicked audiences where he knew he would be favorably received. 4. During the nineteenth century, it was seen as undignified for a president to campaign on his own behalf. Score: 1/1 55. Who coined the term "bully pulpit" to describe the president's use of the media? Student Response Correct Answer 1. Ronald Reagan 2. Franklin Roosevelt 3. Abraham Lincoln 4. Theodore Roosevelt Score: 1/1 Feedback 56. Franklin Roosevelt's speaking tours and radio-broadcast fireside chats allowed him to Student Response Correct Answer 1. establish a personal relationship with the American people, through the use of personality. 2. drum up continuing support for his programs and policies. 3. all of the above 4. reach over the heads of congressional opponents by appealing to their constituents directly. Score: 1/1 Feedback 57. Which of the following statements concerning the idea of a permanent campaign is incorrect? Student Response Correct Answer 1. It is designed to ensure mass popularity in the polls. 2. It describes presidential politics in which all action is taken with re-election in mind. 3. It ensures a continuing supply Feedback of campaign funds throughout the term in office. 4. It allows the president to skirt many campaign financing rules and regulations. Score: 1/1 58. What is the general tendency of a president's popularity? Student Response Correct Answer 1. No pattern has been discerned in presidential approval ratings. 2. Presidents usually maintain the public approval ratings they had when entering office, unless there is an economic recession or international crisis. 3. Presidents usually begin with moderate ratings which either move drastically up or down, depending on their success. 4. Presidents usually start out popular and decline over the next four years. Score: 0/1 Feedback 59. Over the past four presidential administrations there has been _____ in the number of prime time television appearances. Student Response Correct Answer 1. a significant rise 2. no change 3. a decline 4. a slight rise Score: 1/1 Feedback 60. The Executive Office of the President (EOP) was established Student Response Correct Answer 1. under George Washington in 1790. 2. under Franklin Roosevelt in 1939. 3. under Lyndon Johnson in 1965. 4. under Andrew Jackson in 1829. Score: 1/1 Feedback 61. When the White House directs administrative agencies to promulgate specific rules and regulations, this is called Student Response Correct Answer 1. administrative oversight. Feedback 2. delegation. 3. an executive agreement. 4. regulatory review. Score: 1/1 62. What happened when Harry Truman seized control of the nation's steel mills during the Korean War? Student Response Correct Answer 1. The Supreme Court declared his actions without basis in law or the constitution. 2. Congress shortly after passed a bill retroactively approving the steel mill seizures. 3. The steel mills quickly capitulated to Truman's wartime demands, and the issue passed without further resolution. 4. His action was upheld by the Supreme Court as a constitutional exercise of war powers. Score: 1/1 Feedback 63. Which of the following actions was not the result of an executive order? Student Response Correct Answer 1. the entrance into the United Nations 2. the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II 3. the Louisiana Purchase 4. the annexation of Texas Score: 1/1 Feedback 64. The decline of voting and political participation by Americans has which of the following effects? Student Response Correct Answer 1. It enhances the power of the president while weakening Congress 2. It weakens the power of both the president and Congress 3. It increases the powers of both Congress and the president. 4. It increases the powers of state governments, and weakens the federal government. Feedback Score: 0/1 65. According to separation of powers expert Louis Fisher, the powers of Congress have declined dramatically in which of the following areas? Student Response Correct Answer 1. national defense and the federal budget 2. national defense and environmental protection 3. the federal budget and intelligence management 4. law enforcement and oversight Score: 1/1 Feedback

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UT Dallas - GOVT - 2302
CHAPTER 1 1. The newest federal cabinet department is Student Correct Response Answer 1. Health and Human Services. 2. Homeland Security. 3. Veterans Affairs. 4. Education. Score: 2. Someone who values minimal government is known as a Student Correct
UT Dallas - GOVT - 2301
Chapter 8 vocabulary Political participation- political activities, such as voting, contacting political officials, volunteering for a campaign, or participating in a protest, whose purpose is to influence government Lobbying- a strategy by which org
UT Dallas - GOVT - 2301
Ch. 7 The Media9/26/07Media can influence beliefs, attitudes etc. when it comes to politics; Government-run media is undesirable National news broadcast suffer a loss of audience because of the internet Independent media: - Newsworthiness- The d
UT Dallas - GOVT - 2301
Ch. 3FEDERALISM (con't) Dual Federalism- idea that state and national government has a clear distinction between the powers that each holds separately Cooperative federalism- marble cake entanglement of powers -expansion of national authority -expans
UT Dallas - GOVT - 2301
Chapter 4&5 notes- Civil Rights 9/12/07 Government has responsibility to protect minorities from discrimination. "Immutable" characteristics (things you cannot change): - Race - Gender* - Age - Disabilities - Sexual orientation* * = debatable Civil L
UT Dallas - AIM - 2301
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East Carolina - ENGLISH - 1100
Audrey Christie 14 September 2007 English 1100 Paper 2 1984 During my senior year of high school, my honors English IV class was very demanding. The course required students to read many different types and works of literature, but there is one piece
East Carolina - ENGLISH - 1100
Audrey Christie English 1100 9 November 2007 Paper 3 Living in a Dorm When I made the decision to attend East Carolina University, I also decided to live in a dorm for my freshman year. I came to East Carolina with many preconceived notions as to wha
East Carolina - MIS - 2233
Microsoft's 3 alternative data input devicesBy: Blair Albritton Chris Bryant Audrey ChristieWhat is SOAP?An input pointing device from Microsoft Research that is based on an optical sensor as used in optical mice. That can be operated in mid ai
East Carolina - ENGLISH - 1100
Audrey Christie English 1100 17 October 2007 The Jena SixRacial discrimination originated in America's Deep South. The Deep South is considered all states southwest of Tennessee to east-central Mississippi, and extending through the Alabama and Geo
East Carolina - ENGLISH - 1100
Audrey Christie 30 November 2007 English 1100 Paper 4Campus Safety East Carolina University (ECU) is the third largest university in North Carolina and one of the fastest growing campuses in the ECU public collegiate school system. Therefore, when
University of Louisville - MATH - 180
SSM: Linear AlgebraSection 9.1Chapter 9 9.11. x(t) = 7e5t , by Fact 9.1.1. 3. P (t) = 7e0.03t , by Fact 9.1.1. 5. y(t) = -0.8e0.8t, by Fact 9.1.1. 7. x-2 dx = dt -x-1 = t + C1 - x = t + C, and -1 = 0 + C, so that 1 -x = t - 1x(t) =1 1-t ;
University of Louisville - ECON - 301
Probability of an event is its long-run relative frequency; Must be legitimate 0 P 1 & sum of set of P's = 1 Event combination of outcomes For any random phenomenon, each attempt (or trial) generates an outcome (Discrete distinct values / Continu
UChicago - ENG - 36601
Shakespeare Final Essay December 15, 2007 Othello Iago uses his cleverness in convincing Othello that Desdemona is cheating on him. Othello has strong trust in the woman he loves when the idea of cheating is first mentioned and undermines his instinc