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10 Cards in this Set

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Not an informal source of power for the president.
The control of the armed forces as commander in chief.
Not a role of president with basis in constitution.
Economic Planner.
Traditional role of president.
Head of Political Party.
Not a constitutional power or requirement of the president.
Directing economy.
a public office of sufficiently high rank that provides the holder with an opportunity to speak out and be listened to on any matter.
bully pulpit
the pardon of individuals or categories of people for the violation of law.
Used by President to enforce integration.
Control of State Militia.
The power possessed by 42 state governors to veto only certain parts of a bill while allowing the rest of it to pass into law.
line-item veto
the practice by holders of political office of appointing their followers or fellow party members to positions. For example, those could be high-level posts such as ambassadorships, or lower-level civil service posts.
An agreement made between the executive branch of the U.S. government and a foreign government without ratification by the Senate.
Executive Agreement.