The president's constitutional roles, such as chief executive and commander in chief
D. Have not expanded in practice to be more powerful than the writers of the Constitution intended
Congress has formally declared war __ times in US History
B. 5
The Whig theory holds that the presidency
B. Is limited office whose occupant is confined to the exercise of expressly granted constitutional powers
The president'd role in foreign policy increased largely because
B. America became more of a world power
From roughly 1900-1960, a strong showing in presidential primaries
B. enabled a candidate to demonstrate popular support, but did not ensure nomination
The primary election as a means of choosing presidential nominees
C. Has been used more extensively in recent decades, such that the candidate who dominates the primaries can usually expect to recieve the nomination
Candidates strategy in the early presidential nominating contents (such as New Hampshire's primary) is designed chiefly to gain
A. Momentum
The selection of the vice presidential nominee at the national convention is based on
D. the presidential nominee's choice of a running mate
The staffing of the modern presidency has
E. All these answers are correct
The executive office of the President (EOP) was created in
E. 1939
The presidential advisory unit that declined most in relevance as a policymaking forum during the twentieth century is the
E. Cabinet
Which of the following did the Framers want from a president
E. All of these answers are correct
The presidency was created by Article __ of the US Constitution
According to the US Constitution, if no one candidate recieves the majority vote of the electoral college, who chooses the president?
B. the US House of Representatives
___ ended the practice of nominating presidential candidates by party caucuses in Congress
D. Andrew Jackson
Which of the following presidents lost the popular vote but still won the presidency?
A. John Quincy Adams
After which party convention did the democrats force major changes in the presidential nominating process?
C. 1968
__ has the most votes in the electoral college in presidential elections
B. California
Which one of the following did not serve as a state governor prior to being a president
C. John Kennedy
Which of the following is part of the Executive Office of the PResident
E. All of these answers are correct
Which of the following is a formal constitutional requirement for becoming president
C. One must be a natural-born citizen
Which of the following is not true of the 2004 presidential election
B. JOhn KErry did not accept federal matching funds in the primaries
Most presidential campaign money during the general election is spent on
B. advertising on television
The presidency has been a consistently activist office since the administration of
A. Andrew Jackson
Which of the following is a reason that the nation did not routinely need a strong president during most of the nineteenth century?
D. All of these factors
Wat happened in the presidential election of 2000?
B. George W. Bush won florida by 537 votes
The first televised "debates" between two major party presidential candidates occurred in
B. 1960 (Kennedy-Nixon)
The presidency is
C. an office in which power is conditional, depending on whether the political support that gives force to presidential leadership exists or can be developed
A president's accomplishments have largely depended on
B. Whether circumstances favor strong presidential leadership
The honeymoon period occurs during
B. The first part of a president's term
The two presidencies thesis holds that a president is likely to be most successful with Congress on policy initiatives involving
B. Foreign Policy
The Wars Power Act was enacted in order to
D. Limit the president's war-making power
The forced removal of a president from office through impeachment and conviction requires action by
D. The House and Senate in separate proceedings
A president's policy initiatives are significantly more successful when the president
A. has the strong support of the American people
The most important factor influencing the level of a president's support is typically
B. The condition of the nation's economy
Which of the following is true about the American presidency or president?
E. None of these answers are correct
The US HOR last decided the outcome of a presidential election in
D. 1824
During his first year as president George W. Bush
C. HAd an 81 percent success rate with Congress
Congress authorized an official impeachment investigation of
A. Andrew Johnson
In the modern era, the equivalent practice of using the presidency as a bully pulpit could best be summed up in the phrase
A. Going public
__ was known as the Great Communicator
A. Ronald Reagan
How many presidents have been impeached in US History
C. 2
The two presidencies thesis refers to
B. Foreign and domestic policy
in a 2000 survey, which of the following was ruled a great president
A. Abraham Lincoln
A parliamentary system of govt currently exists in
E. All these answers are correct
The strongest records of most presidents have been established during their
A. Early years in office
The highest point of public support for a president is likely to occur
A. during the president's first year in office
The War Powers Act was primarily intended to __ the authority of ___
A. limit; the president
If the US HOR chooses the impeach a president, who conducts the trial?
C. The US Senate
The only two states that are exceptions to the unit rule are
C. Maine and Nebraska
Which of the following is a principle of bureaucratic organization?
D. Both
Compared to the president and Congress, the bureaucracy
C. Has a more immediate impact on the daily life of americans
Whenever Congress has a percieved need for ongoing control of an economic activity, it has tend to create a
A. regulatory agency
Which of the following statements does not correctly describe the typical independent agency
B. its head is appointed by an independent committee
The FBI, NASA, and EPA are
E. respectively, an agency within a cabinet department, an independent agency, and a regulatory agency