Exam 4 Review

Exam 4 Review - NoteReviewforExam4 1.

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Note Review for Exam 4 1. Presidential authority allows which of the following: a. Efficiency  b. Decisiveness c. A threat to tyranny d. Both a and b e. All of the above 2. According to the professor, most people would say that the ______ is the most powerful.  3. Name the two sources of power of the modern presidency. 4. The power to persuade is one of the most powerful formal powers of the President. T/F 5. Congress formulates (writes) legislation and the Executive actually _____ policy. 6. The President’s right to withhold information from the other two branches is called a. Chief orders b. Executive agreements c. Executive privilege d. Legislative agreements 7. Executive orders stay in place until which of the following happens: a. Law is passed to make it non-policy b. Succeeding president changes it c. Article 2 sets time limit d. All of the above e. Both a and b
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8. As the chief legislator, the President can call Congress into special sessions, veto laws,  and must report to Congress on the state of the Union. T/F 9. The veto is a positive/negative  legislative tool. 10. Describe the line-item veto. Is it still used today? 11. Treaty negotiation requires ___ vote in the ______ for ratification. 12. Executive agreements are not as powerful as executive orders, but they do supersede  US law. T/F 13. What is the check that the Framers provided on the President’s role as Commander-in- Chief? 14. How many times has war been declared?  15. The War Powers Act allows the President to commit US troops in the absence of a  declaration of war to do all of the following except: a. Repeal an armed attack against the US b. Protect US citizens in foreign nations c. Repeal advancements in technology
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