POLS - 22 - federal jobs are filled by appointment)...

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Perspectives on Presidency 20/01/2010 13:28:00 Formal Powers   Foreign Policy Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Chief diplomat – negotiator of treaties, nominates ambassadors Enumerated Powers – laid out specifically in Article II of U.S. Constitution Appointment – cabinet members, judiciary Pardons Inform congress on “State of the Union” – (January, 27, 2010) Veto Legislation (Article I) Implied Powers and Delegated Powers Acts of “Defence” – use of military power Sweeping powers of appointment to midlevel federal jobs (Estimated 6000 
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Unformatted text preview: federal jobs are filled by appointment) Executive Orders Presidents instructions to federal agencies Obama overturned ban on stem-cell research Obama ordered closing of detainee camp at Guantanamo Congress Formal Powers Overturn presidential veto Senate approves most important presidential appointment (ambassadors, Supreme Court members, federal judges, cabinet members, federal agencies) Impeachment for treason, bribery or other high crimes 20/01/2010 13:28:00 20/01/2010 13:28:00...
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This note was uploaded on 03/14/2010 for the course POLS POLS110 taught by Professor Jonathanrose during the Spring '10 term at Queens University.

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