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13 C HAPTER 1. T HE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENCY WAS ESTABLISHED BY _____ OF THE C ONSTITUTION . S TUDENT R ESPONSE C ORRECT A NSWER 1. A RTICLE I 2. A RTICLE II 3. A RTICLE IV 4. A RTICLE III S CORE : 1/1 F EEDBACK 2. W HICH OF THE FOLLOWING ATTRIBUTES DID THE FRAMERS INTEND FOR THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT TO POSSESS ? S TUDENT R ESPONSE C ORRECT A NSWER 1. ALL OF THE ABOVE 2. ENERGY 3. POPULARITY 4. EXTENSIVE FLEXIBILITY S CORE : 1/1 F EEDBACK 3. T HE RISE OF NATIONAL CONVENTIONS TO NOMINATE THE PRESIDENT LED TO THE EMPOWERMENT OF WHAT GROUP ? S TUDENT R ESPONSE C ORRECT A NSWER 1. STATE PARTY LEADERS 2. THE CANDIDATES 3. THE VOTERS F EEDBACK 4. C ONGRESS S CORE : 1/1 4. W HAT DID THE FRAMERS MEAN TO ACCOMPLISH BY THE INDIRECT ELECTION OF THE PRESIDENT ? S TUDENT R ESPONSE C ORRECT A NSWER 1. TO MAKE THE PRESIDENT RESPONSIBLE TO STATE AND NATIONAL LEGISLATURES 2. TO MAKE A MORE INDEPENDENT AND POWERFUL CHIEF EXECUTIVE 3. TO BIND THE PRESIDENT TO THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE 4. TO CREATE AN IMPERIAL PRESIDENCY TO COUNTER THE POWER OF C ONGRESS S CORE : 1/1 F EEDBACK 5. T HE SYSTEM OF NOMINATING PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES , IN THE EARLY 1800 S , THAT LEFT THE CANDIDATES BEHOLDEN TO THEIR PARTY ' S LEADERS IN C ONGRESS WAS CALLED S TUDENT R ESPONSE C ORRECT A NSWER 1. PARTY PRIMARIES . 2. PRESIDENTIAL GERRYMANDERING . 3. K ING C AUCUS . F EEDBACK 4. CONGRESSIONAL NOMINATIONS . S CORE : 1/1 6. T HROUGH THE ACT OF DELEGATING POWERS , THE NATIONAL STRUCTURE OF GOVERNMENT IN THE 1930 S WENT FROM _____ TO _____. S TUDENT R ESPONSE C ORRECT A NSWER 1. PRESIDENTIAL CENTERED ; LEGISLATIVE CENTERED 2. LEGALLY ORIENTED ; COMMAND ORIENTED 3. LEGISLATIVE CENTERED ; PRESIDENTIAL CENTERED 4. CONSTITUTIONAL ; IMPERIAL S CORE : 1/1 F EEDBACK 7. T HE MOST COMMON FORM OF CONSTITUTIONAL POWERS POSSESSED BY THE PRESIDENT ARE _____ POWERS . S TUDENT R ESPONSE C ORRECT A NSWER 1. DELEGATED 2. EXPRESSED 3. SUSPECTED 4. IMPLIED S CORE : 1/1 F EEDBACK 8. W HEN THE PRESIDENT INFERS POWERS FROM THE " RIGHTS , DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS " OF THE PRESIDENCY , THESE ARE CALLED S TUDENT R ESPONSE C ORRECT A NSWER 1. NECESSARY AND PROPER POWERS . 2. WAR POWERS . 3. DELEGATED POWERS . 4. INHERENT POWERS . S CORE : 1/1 F EEDBACK 9. T HE TURNING POINT IN A MERICAN POLITICS TOWARD A PRESIDENT - CENTERED GOVERNMENT CAME ABOUT DURING THE ADMINISTRATION OF S TUDENT R ESPONSE C ORRECT A NSWER 1. A BRAHAM L INCOLN . 2. A NDREW J ACKSON . 3. R ICHARD N IXON . 4. F RANKLIN D. R OOSEVELT . S CORE : 1/1 F EEDBACK
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10. T HE PRESIDENT ' S POSITION AS HEAD OF STATE IS DEFINED IN THE C ONSTITUTION BY ALL OF THE FOLLOWING POWERS EXCEPT S TUDENT R ESPONSE C ORRECT A NSWER 1. PARTISAN . 2. MILITARY . 3. DIPLOMATIC . 4. JUDICIAL . S CORE : 1/1 F EEDBACK 11. T HE POWER TO DECLARE WAR IS GIVEN TO WHOM UNDER THE C ONSTITUTION ? S TUDENT R ESPONSE C ORRECT A NSWER 1. THE S ENATE 2. BOTH HOUSES OF C ONGRESS 3. THE S ENATE WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE PRESIDENT 4. THE PRESIDENT S CORE : 1/1 F EEDBACK 12. T HE PRESIDENT MUST SHARE
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