POLI 4036 FINAL

WHEN THE TEXTBOOK AUTHORS REFER TO THE "RHETORICAL PRSIDENCY" THEY MEAN TO INDICATE...
that beginning with TR, presidents concentrated on directed on direct communication with the people, even when trying to persuade congress to enact legislation
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WHAT BEST CHARACTERIZES THEODORE ROOSEVELT'S RELATIONS WITH THE PRESS?
he complained about "muckrakers" but generally used the press to promote reform
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IN FORIEGN AFFAIRS, rOOSEVELT THROUGHT THE PRESIDENTS ROLE WAS...
to act bodly and independently as America's representative
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WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT DIFFERED FROM ROOSEVELT IN HIS VIEW OF THE PRESIDENCY BY
abandoning direct speeches to the people after the presidential campaign
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ACCORFING TO ROOSEVELT IN HIS OWN WORDS THE PRESIDENT HAS THE POWER TO
be the most efficient possible instrument for the public welfare, unless directly prevented by the constitution or the law
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IN THE ELECTION OF 1912 ROOSEVELT CHALLENGED PRES. TAFT TO...
complete against him in direct primary elections
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ACCORDING TO MILKIS AND NELSON WOODROW WILSON SUCCEEDED IN MAKING THE PRESIDENT
an effective party leader enacting his legislative program while preserving patronage
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REGARDING THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS WOODROW WILSON
undertook a speaking tour to appeal to the people to demand senate ratification
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IN CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT WILSON CRITICIZES THE AMERICAN FOUNDERS OR CONSIDERS THEIR WORK OBSOLETE BECAUSE...
they relied on newtonian mechanics but living constitutions must be Darwinian
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IN THEIR "LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT" ENDORSING THE CREEL COMMITTEE LANSING BAKER AND DANIELS...
recommended its combined task of censorship and publicity
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ACCORDING TO MILKIS AND NELSON "SILENT CAL" COOLIDGE HOLDS THE RECORD AMONG PRESIDENTS FOR
the most press conferences per month
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IN MYERS V UNITED STATES THE COURT SAID IN PASSING THAT THE TENURE OF OFFICE ACT OF 1867 WAS...
unconstitutional
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HOW DO MILKIS AND NELSON DEFINE THE MODERN PRESIDENCY?
the president emerges as the leading instrument of popular rule
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IN HIS "FIRESIDE CHAT" ON HIS PROPOSAL TO EXTEND THE SUPREME COURT FDR SAID THE COURT ACTED...
like a super-legislature not a court
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THE HOOVER COMMISSION ESTABLISHED WHEN THE REPUBICANS REGAINED CONGRESS UNDER TRUMAN
furthered the work of the Brownlow Commission and encouraged organization and instutionalization of the presidency
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PRESIDEN EISENHOWER'S ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE SOCIAL WELFARE REFORMS OF THE NEW DEAL IS SAID BY MILKIS AND NELSON TO HAVE
accepted them as an established part of modern american government
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THE "TRUMAN DOCTRINE" IS BEST DEFINED AS
commitment of united states to provide support for free peoples and to contain communist expansion
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JUSTICE JACKSON'S CELEBRATED OPINION IN THE STEEL SEZURE CASE TURNS ON THE DISTINCTION
between presidential actions taken following conrgessional authorization, those taken when congress was silent and those taken against congressional statutes
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PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS ASKED AMERICANS TO
ask what they could do for their country
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IN HIS SPEECH AT HOWARD UNIVERSITY LYNDON JOHNSON SAYS THE NEXT PHASE OF CIVIL RIGHTS
must ensure more than equal opportunity and give blacks the ability to overcome the lingering results of oppression
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ACCORDING TO MILKIS AND NELSON HOW DID NIXON'S ATTEMPT AT AN ADMINISTRATIVE PRESIDENCY LEAD TO A VOTE IN COMMITTEE TO IMPEACH HIM?
the president's isolation and independence together with the expanded powers of the modern presidency, led him to acts of political sabotage and cover up for which he ws impeached
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THE MCGOVERN-FRASER COMMISSION REFORMS WERE INTENDED ABOVE ALL TO
insure meaningful opportunities to participate to democratic voters
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THE WAR POWERS RESOLUTION REQUIRES THAT AT THE END OF SIXTY DAYS OF A PRESIDENTIALLY ORDERED MILLITARY ACTION THE PRESIDENT MUST
withdraw forces from combat, unless congress authorizes action extends the time or cannot meet
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IN THE US V NIXON THE SUPREME COURT RULED THAT
executive privilege is not absolute and her is outweighted by the need for due process
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IN HIS ANAUGURAL ADDRESS REGAN SAID "X IS NOT THE SOLUTION TO OUR PROBLEM; X IS THE PROBLEM"
government
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ACCORDING TO MILKIS AND NELSON WHAT WAS NW ABOUT PARTISAN POLITICS IN THE AGE OF REAGAN?
the party system increasingly became oriented around natioonal issues
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ACCORDING TO MILKIS AND NELSON PRESIDENT CLINTON'S FIRST YEAR IN OFFICE
included success in new democratic goals shared with republicans like NAFTA
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IN CLINTON V JONES THE SUPREME COURT HELD
the court must dicide whether entertaining a civil lawsuit will interfere with the president's discharge of his duties
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THE TWO ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT AGAINST BILL CLINTON ON WHICH HE WAS TIRED ALLEGED
perjury and obstruction of justice
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IN CLINTON V CITY OF NY THE SUPREME COURT FOR THE FIRST TIME RULED UNCONSTITUTIONAL
the line-item veto
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WHAT DO MILKIS AND NELSON DAY CHARACTERIZES GW BUSH AS A PARTY LEADER?
he successfullu built up an ideologically uniform republican party until losing congress in 2006
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WHAT CHARACTERIZED BUSH'S RELATIONS WIT SUPREME COURT?
he appointed two new justices but the court ruled against some of his actions in the war on terror
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IN BUSH V GORE WHAT CLAUSE OF THE CONSTITUTION WAS INVOKED BY THE MAJORITY TO STOP THE RECOUNT?
equal protection clause
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IN HIS SIGNING STATEMENT OF DECEMBER 30 2005 AND IN OTHERS AS WELL BUSH INVOKED THE THEORY OF
unitary executive
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HOW WERE THE DEMOCRATS IN CONGRESS DIFFERENT IN OBAMA'S FIRST TERM THAN IN CARTERS OR CLINTONS?
they were cohesive and responsive to his legislative program
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WHAT SONG DID OBAMA REFER TO AND EVEN SIGN IN HIS EULOGY AT CHARLSTON?
amazing grace
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WHOM DID STEVE BANNON REPLACE AS EFFECTIVE HEAD OF THE TRUMO CAPAIGN?
paul manafort
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WHAT EVENT DURING THE CAMPAIGN LED MAJOR REPUBLICAN FIGHURES TO SUGGEST OR EXPERT TRUMP TO STEP DOWN AS THE PARTY'S NOMINEE?
release of the "access hollywood"tape
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WHO REPLACED MICHAEL FLYNN TRUMPS INITIAL NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR
h.r. mcmaster
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WHAT MEMBER OF THE US DOES SENATE DOES WOODWARD PRESENT AS ESPECIALLY HELPFUL TO TRUMP
se. lindsey graham
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condrad black refers to donald trumps streching of the truth as
truthful hyperbole
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WHAT DOES BLACK CONSIDER PARTICULARLY IMPRESSIVE ABOUT TRUMPS BUSINESS CAREER
his successful recovery aftre near financial collapse in 1990
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WHAT DOES BLACK SAY ABOUT THE LOWER MIDDLE AND WORKING CLASS OF AMRICA
they are inspired by trumps bravura and think he understands their desires hopes and fears
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BLACK SAYS TRUMP IN RELATION TO THE REST OF THE PRESIDENTIAL FIELD IN 2016 THAT
he alone came forward to challenge the whole political establishment
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BLACK ATTRIBUTES TRUMPS ELECTORAL SUCCESS IN 2016 TO
focusing on key states such as pennsylvania michigan and wisconsin that could form an electoral college majority
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WHAT IS THE ONE FUNCTION OF THE CONSTITUTION ASSIGNS THE VICE PRESIDENT?
to preside over the senate
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FROM THE MIDDLE OF THE 19TH CENTURY INTO THE 20TH CENTURY WHO EFFECTIVELY DECIDED ON THE VP AND WHY?
party leaders chose vicepresidents to balance the ticket
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WHAT PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE BEGAN THE PROCESS OF FORMALLY INTERVIEWING POSSIBLE VPS
jimmy carter
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WHEN WAS IT FORMALLY WRITTEN THAT THE VIE PRESIDENT ACTUALLY BECAME PRESIDENT WHEN A PRESIDENT DIED
1967 with the ratification of the 25th amendment
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GEORGE W.H. BUSH IS GENERALLY THOUGHT TO HAVE LOST REELECTION IN 1992 BECAUSE
he broke his "no new taxes" pledge and presided over a stagnant economy
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