American government April 12,2011

American government April 12,2011 - Executive Organization...

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Executive Organization Pyramid shaped the command sturctue President at the top (POTUS) Cabinet Secretaries Deputy Secretaries Under Secretaries Career Civil Servants Executive Office of the President Chief of staff Press Secretary National Security Council Council of Economic Advisors Office of Management and Budget Sometimes tension between EOP and Cabinet Secretaries. Why? Are Presidents Powerful? Different school of thought on presidential power: Savor Satan Sampson How can scholars have such different opinions of same office? Presidential Power to Command Order military action Fire executive branch official Issue executive order (interpretation of law)
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Recognize another nation, exit treaties Call out National Guard in domestic crisis Grant Pardons Veto a bill Power to Persuade Need Congress to approve budget, spending. Need Congress to Pass laws
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This note was uploaded on 06/19/2011 for the course POLS 1000 taught by Professor Gunning during the Spring '11 term at Kennesaw.

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