Presidency Study Guide

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Presidency Study Guide Big Questions What are the powers given to the president under the Constitution? What were some of the concerns of the Framers when they were crafting the executive? What is the president’s role in legislation? Why do we call the president the Chief Diplomat? What is his role as Commander in Chief? What was the Era of Cabinet Government? What was the president’s relationship with his political party during the 19 th century?
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What changes led to the modern presidency? Why is the budget the president’s most important “clerical” task?
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Unformatted text preview: What is the institutional presidency? Why did the president’s staff resources increase in size? What is the difference between an insider and outside president? What does going public mean? Terms Article II “take care” clause executive orders executive agreements State of the Union Veto Line item veto (pg 220 sidebar) Cabinet Delegation (pg. 227) Gag rule Central clearance Office of Management and Budget Federal Register Enrolled bills Brownlow committee White House Office (WHO)...
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