Ch 6 Terms- The Presidency as an Institution

Ch 6 Terms- The Presidency as an Institution - Ch 6 Terms...

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Ch 6 Terms: The Presidency as an Institution Caucus (political)- a normally closed meeting of a political or legislative group to select candidates, plan strategy, or make decisions regarding legislative matters. Expressed powers- specific powers granted to Congress under article 1, sec 8 Delegated powers- constitutional powers assigned to one governmental agency that are exercised by another agency with the express permission of the first. Inherent powers- powers claimed by a president that are not expressed in the constitution but are inferred from it. Commander in chief- the power of the president as commander of the national military and the state national guard units War Powers resolution- a resolution of Congress that the president can send troops into action abroad only by authorization of Congress or if American troops are already under attack or serious threat. Executive Agreement- made between the president and another country tat has the force of a treaty but doesn’t require the Senate’s “advice and consent.”
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