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Unit 5 Quiz 1 . Review. The Veto power of the President is a key component of… . The Veto power of the President is a key component of… . The concept of separation of powers . What is the Cabinet? . What is the Cabinet? . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Unit 5 Quiz 1

Unit 5 Quiz 1 Review The Veto power of the President is a key component of The Veto power of the President is a key component of The concept of separation of powers What is the Cabinet? What is the Cabinet? The 15 divisions that make up the federal bureaucracy (State, Defense, Treasury were the first) Appointed by the President, ratified by the Senate What are executive orders?What are executive orders?Orders issued by the President that affect the bureaucracy, but can be overturned by the Supreme Court. What are the requirement to be President? What are the requirement to be President? 35 years or older, native born citizen, a resident of the US for 14 years. Where does the President get his (or her) authority from? Where does the President get his (or her) authority from? Article II of the ConstitutionWhat is the Bully Pulpit? What is the Bully Pulpit? Refers to the idea that the president is a human starting gun, he talks about something and its newsworthy What is the State of the Union Address? What is the State of the Union Address? The constitutionally mandated speech where the President informs Congress of the state of the country and suggests laws he thinks should be passed.What is the Electoral College? What is the Electoral College? The system to elect our president, sometimes popular vote is different than the E.C. (4 times). What is US Foreign Policy? What is US Foreign Policy? How the US reacts to specific countries (Monroe Doctrine for example), the US recognizes countries even if we dont necessarily like them Whats the Presidents job when it comes to ambassadors, judges, etc Whats the Presidents job when it comes to ambassadors, judges, etc He appoints them and the Senate ratifies them (usually). The End