American Government Chapter 13 & 14 Notes - American Government Chapter 13 14 Notes Quizlet

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American Government Chapter 13 & 14 Notes Quizlet: Chapter 13 Managing The Nation’s Affairs: The Cabinet’s Role In Domestic PolicyEvery president views the cabinet differently. Some Presidents valued it others thoughtthat it was unnecessary. Executive departments take over the Cabinet, they regulate broad fields of activity.Headed by a security, except for the Department of Justice that is headed by the AttorneyGeneral.The cabinet is an informal advisory board that serves the president and carries outexecutive missions as a relationship between them. Appointments are rare.The Cabinet is the product of Customs & Usage The Pres. appoints the head of the executive departments and these appointments aresubject to confirmation by the Senate, but most of the time they just go along with thePres. 4people were in Washington’s cabinet however it has grown to the current 15underObama. Article II Sections 2 & 3 make mentions of the Cabinets. o“He shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed”o“To require the opinion, in writing, of the principal officer in each of theexecutive departments.” 1. How does the Treasury Department manage the nation’s financial affairs?
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