Review+Sheet+3+Final+12.6.10 - Congressional Politics...

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Congressional Politics Review Sheet 790-304-01 Exam 3 December 6, 2010 EXAM DATE: December 22, 2010 4-7 p.m. You will be asked to define terms and link them to one another in an attempt to explain their significance to American politics and the politics of the U.S. Congress specifically. You will clearly identify all the parts of these questions in your blue book. For example: A: Definition of the first term. B: Definition of the second term. C: An explanation of their relationship to one another and their significance to congressional politics. A: Impeachment: legal statement of charges, the first step in removing a public official from office, a power allotted to the House of Representatives in Article One B: Advise and consent: the constitutional power allotted to the Senate in Article One which allows them to approve presidential nominations for particular offices C: These two powers of the Congress are examples of limits on presidential powers and the checks and balances system established by the constitution. The Founders intended that
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course 790 304 taught by Professor Major during the Spring '09 term at Rutgers.

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Review+Sheet+3+Final+12.6.10 - Congressional Politics...

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