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Chapter 66: Review
The requirements for citizenship were created by the authors of the Constitution.
The presidency required a person seeking office to be a natural born citizen.
Choice E is correct because there is no mention of a political party in the document.
It is part of the Constitution.
The Chief of Staff, the White House cook, the National Security advisor, and the president's press secretary are all members of the White House staff.
The president can clearly see if he will support a particular position through the timing of his speech.
The public wants the president to lead.
The public will look to the president if an international event threatens national security.
His approval rating will go up immediately.
The approval rating will decline if the president fails to respond or if the results include American soldiers being wounded.
The presidencies were able to get legislation passed without interference from the other policymakers.
Over the last 25 years there has been a debate about whether the political scene has been dominated by an imperial Congress or an imperial presidency.
A clear winner in the argument would be good for the country.
The Treasury Department, the Council of Economic Advisors, and the OMB have primary responsibility.
The law states that it is the Office of Management and Budget.
The powers listed in the Constitution are formal.
Informal authority can be found in Choices B, C, and D. The support of the people can be used as leverage, and precedents are as significant as written law.
Congress has the power to raise revenue.
He might have an influence on committee appointments.
He has more power with the chairman of the national committee, but it doesn't mean denying campaign funds or being re-elected.
Threatening to veto a popular bill wouldn't accomplish anything.
Sometimes a direct appeal to the public can work.
The act has never been recognized by a president or declared unconstitutional by the courts.
Congress threatened to use it when forces were committed to Grenada, Panama, and the Persian Gulf.
The president was able to justify his actions.
The actions of Choices B, C, D, and E are within the legal view of the president.
It could be challenging to commit troops to Bosnia for an extended period of time.
Many times the president selects a secretary who is a close political ally.
The official's first loyalty is to the president even if they are drawn from Congress.
Cabinet members have other sources of political support and have more access to the president.
If you want to score your responses, record them on separate pieces of paper.
Before the Cuban Missile Crisis, John Kennedy's approval was around 60 percent.
His ratings went up after the crisis was over.
The public reacts after a foreign policy crisis.
The reverse is also true.
George W. Bush's approval ratings plummeted when he failed to achieve a foreign policy goal.
After the Camp David Accords were signed, Jimmy Carter's approval ratings rose to 56 percent, even though they were in the low 40s.
The public's reaction to a foreign policy accomplishment is reflected in this.
Welfare Reform legislation was signed by President Bill Clinton.
His approval rating was under 40 percent before the bill was passed.
The public approval went up after he signed the bill.
During the legislative battle between the Congress and the president, leadership was shown.
There are three factors that influence presidential job approval ratings.
Each point is earned for an analysis of three events from the chart of the relationship between the event and the approval ratings.
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