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US Government, Exam 5 Review Sheet, Professor Quackenbush Chapter 13, The Presidency Expressed, Inherent, and Delegated powers of the President War powers and the War Powers Resolution Diplomatic powers, treaties, and executive agreements Legislative powers, the veto process (line-item and pocket) The Institutional presidency (White House Staff, Executive Office of the President, and Cabinet) Sources of Presidential Power (party, going public, permanent campaign, and presidential mandate) Presidential Impeachment Presidential amendments (12th, 20th, 22nd, 23rd, 25 th ) Chapter 14, The Bureaucracy Bureaucracy and Bureaucrats and trends in terms of size, money, and public opinion Implementation, Adjudication, and Rule Making Organization (Departments, Independent Agencies, Government Corporations, Regulatory Agencies) Iron Triangles and Agencies that shape our National Security
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Unformatted text preview: Agencies that maintain a strong economy (fiscal policy, Federal Reserve System, and revenue agencies) Controlling the size (Termination, Devolution, and Privatization) Controlling the power (Presidential powers, congressional powers, oversight, power of the purse) Chapter 15, The Courts Types of law (civil, criminal, public) Court terms (plaintiff, defendant, precedent, stare decsis , plea bargain, jurisdiction) Types of courts and the structure of the court system (trial, appellate, supreme) Supreme Court (number of justices, terms, appointment, senatorial courtesy, Chief Justice) Article III (judicial review , Marbury v. Madison , Roe v. Wade, Brown v. Board of Education, Miranda v. Arizona) Supreme Court decision making process (opinions, dissents, amicus briefs, writ of certiorari , oral arguments) Judicial activism and Judicial restraint...
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