Chapter 12 Lecture Notes fall05

Chapter 12 Lecture Notes fall05 - What is the State of the...

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Chapter 12 Lecture Notes Startin Why did the Founding Fathers limit the powers of the President? Where in the Constitution are the powers of the President listed? What are the roles of the President? List five and briefly discuss each. The powers of Congress and the President have increased over the years. At whose expense? What type of powers have each gained? What is informal power? What is Presidential persuasion? Define leadership: Who do the people in the Federal Bureaucracy work for?
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What does the Federal Bureaucracy do?
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Unformatted text preview: What is the State of the Union? What events increased the power of the President? Which President did the most to increase Presidential powers? What allowed him to do this? How is the President involved in the budgeting process? The Presidents power is exercised through Who actually selects the President? Who takes over if the President is unable to perform his job? Which Amendment addresses this issue? What is the Vice Presidents job?...
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