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Chapter 13 1. The office of the presidency was established by _____ of the Constitution. Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. Article I 2. Article II 3. Article IV 4. Article III Score: 1/1 2. Which of the following attributes did the framers intend for the office of the president to possess? Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. all of the above 2. energy 3. popularity 4. extensive flexibility Score: 1/1 3. The rise of national conventions to nominate the president led to the empowerment of what group? Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. state party leaders 2. the candidates 3. the voters 4. Congress Score: 1/1 4. What did the framers mean to accomplish by the indirect election of the president? Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 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 5. The system of nominating presidential candidates, in the early 1800s, that left the candidates beholden to their partys leaders in Congress was called Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. party primaries. 2. presidential gerrymandering. 3. King Caucus. 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 Feedback 1. presidential centered; legislative centered 2. legally oriented; command oriented 3. legislative centered; presidential centered 4. constitutional; imperial Score: 1/1 7. The most common form of constitutional powers possessed by the president are _____ powers. Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. delegated 2. expressed 3. suspected 4. implied Score: 1/1 8. When the president infers powers from the rights, duties and obligations of the presidency, these are called Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. necessary and proper powers. 2. war powers. 3. delegated powers. Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 4. inherent powers. Score: 1/1 9. The turning point in American politics toward a president-centered government came about during the administration of Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. Abraham Lincoln. 2. Andrew Jackson. 3. Richard Nixon. 4. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Score: 1/1 10. The presidents position as head of state is defined in the Constitution by all of the following powers except Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. partisan. 2. military. 3. diplomatic. 4. judicial. Score: 1/1 11. The power to declare war is given to whom under the Constitution? Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. the Senate 2. both houses of Congress 3. the Senate with the approval of the president 4. the president Score: 1/1 12.... View Full Document

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