POLS_110_-_Lecture_19

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Chapter 12 (cont’d): THE PRESIDENCY
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Delegated Powers of the President: All executive powers shall lie in the President Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Request reports from heads of executive agencies Pardon power Give the State of the Union Address Make treaties (with consent of 2/3 of the Senate) Make appointments (with the consent of 2/3 of the Senate) Make recommendations to Congress Call a Special Session of Congress
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Presidential responsibilities, burdens, power, and impact have increased dramatically since the nation’s founding. The Founders’ conception of the office of President was much more limited than what we see in the modern Presidency. The vague language of the Constitution has been flexible enough to include the great expansion of the Presidency that has occurred. Both images from
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