Exam 4-UA-Study Guide-Spring-2011

Exam 4-UA-Study - Exam 4 Study Guide Chief of State Executive Agreements Negotiate treaties Receive and appoint ambassadors Chief Executive

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Exam 4 Study Guide Chief of State Executive Agreements Negotiate treaties Receive and appoint ambassadors Chief Executive Appoints bureaucratic heads Sees that policies are carried out The Cabinet Executive agencies Independent agencies Commander in Chief Civilian leadership of the military War Powers Act of 1973 The President’s influence over legislation State of the Union address Legislative Initiative Veto & pocket veto Executive orders The Presidents role over the judiciary The power of the Pardon Appointment power Long term effects of appointment power Informal sources of Presidential Power Influence on public opinion The make-up of Congress Appointment power Head of party Formal sources of Presidential Power The Executive Office of the President The Office of the White House-The Kitchen Cabinet The Cabinet The National Security Council The National Economic Council Gatekeeping Executive Privilege 1
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The Vice-President: formal role and function
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course PLSC 2003 taught by Professor Diallo during the Spring '08 term at Arkansas.

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Exam 4-UA-Study - Exam 4 Study Guide Chief of State Executive Agreements Negotiate treaties Receive and appoint ambassadors Chief Executive

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