The primary constitutional task of the vice president

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8. The primary constitutional task of the vice president, besides succeeding the president in case of death, resignation, or incapacitation, is to a. cast tie-breaking votes in the Senate. b. represent the president overseas. c. serve as Speaker of the House of Representatives. d. run the day-to-day operations of the Executive Office of the President.
9. Which of the following is the best example of President Trump's use of military powers?
10. Which of the following presidents left the office with higher approval ratings then when he entered?
Bureaucracy: 1. _________________ is the primary mission of the State Department.
2. Which of the following is an example of a regulatory agency? a. Food & Drug Administration b. Central Intelligence Agency
c. National Aeronautics and Space Administration d. Department of Defense 3. All of the following are criticisms of bureaucracy EXCEPT?
4. Federal agencies are delegated their powers through
5. All of the following are bureaucratic goals EXCEPT?
6. Which agency did President George W. Bush create shortly after 9/11 to combat terrorism in the United States? a. Federal Bureau of Investigation b. Department of Homeland Security c. Department of Defense d. Central Intelligence Agency
7. Which of the following is a government corporation?
8. All of the following are characteristics of modern-day bureaucracies EXCEPT?

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