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Possible Final Questions - Govt. 229 1. The president's...

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Govt. 229 1. The president’s constitutional roles such as chief executive and commander in chief: has expanded in practice to be more powerful than the writers of the Constitution intended 2. The Whig theory holds that the presidency: is a limited off whose occupant is confined to the exercise of expressly granted constitutional powers. 3. The president’s role in foreign policy increased largely because: America became more of a world power. 4. Candidate strategy in the early presidential nominating contests such as the New Hampshire Primary is designed chiefly to gain: A momentum. 5. The current presidential selection system: can deter potentially effective presidents from running. 6. . ended the practice of nominating presidential candidates by party caucuses in Congress: Martin Van Buren 7. Most presidential campaign money during the general election is spent on: advertising on television 8. The two presidencies thesis holds that a president is likely to be most successful with Congress on policy initiatives involving : Foreign Policy 9. A president’s policy initiatives are significantly more successful when the president: has the strong support of the American people 10. The most important factor influencing the level of a president’s support is typically: the condition of the nation’s economy 1. The enumerated powers in Article one of the constitution were intended to : define the lawful powers of the national government 2. Super delegates: are party members who automatically become delegates to their national convention. 3. Among the constitution’s denials of powers is the right of habeas corpus, which prohibits the government from : jailing a person without a court hearing to determine the legality of his or her imprisonment. 4. The principle of checks and balances is based on the notion that:
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