Ch. 13 - 1. The office of the presidency was established by...

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1. The office of the presidency was established by _____ of the Constitution. Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 4. Article II 2. Which of the following attributes did the framers intend for the office of the president to possess? Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 4. energy 3. The rise of national conventions to nominate the president led to the empowerment of what group? Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 3. state party leaders 4 What did the framers mean to accomplish by the indirect election of the president? Student Response Correct Answer Feedback
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Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 4. to make the president responsible to state and national legislatures 5. The system of nominating presidential candidates, in the early 1800s, that left the candidates beholden to their party’s leaders in Congress was called Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 3. King Caucus. 6. Through the act of delegating powers, the national structure of government in the 1930s went from _____ to _____. Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. legislative centered; presidential centered 7. The most common form of constitutional powers possessed by the president are _____ powers. Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 4. delegated
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8. When the president infers powers from the “rights, duties and obligations” of the presidency, these are called Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 4. inherent powers. 9. The turning point in American politics toward a president-centered government came about during the administration of Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 3. Franklin D. Roosevelt. 10. The president’s position as head of state is defined in the Constitution by all of the following powers except Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 3. partisan. 11. The power to declare war is given to whom under the Constitution? Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 3. both houses of Congress
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Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 12. The president must share foreign policy powers with Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 3. Congress. 13. The _____ asserted that the president could send American troops into action abroad only in the event of a declaration of war or other statutory authorization by Congress, or if American troops were attacked or directly endangered. Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 4. War Powers Resolution of 1973 14. The goal of the War Powers Resolution was to Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 3. limit the power of the president to commit American troops to military action without authorization from Congress.
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15. The term _____ was coined by critics who feared that the chief executive’s powers had grown too great since World War II. Student Response
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This note was uploaded on 07/05/2008 for the course GOVT 2302 taught by Professor Casey,walter during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson.

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Ch. 13 - 1. The office of the presidency was established by...

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