G) S Chapter 10 President Quiz October 24, 25, 26-27

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TOPIC= Presidency 

READING IN   S  = Ch. 10, pp. 227 top-232 center, 235 par. 2-241 end, 243 top, 245 terms, summary #3-9


                        SSB  = Ch. 10, pp. 230-237 top, 241-246 end, 248 top, 250 terms, summary #3-9                       

READING IN   V = Ch. 5, pp. 64 end - 67 end,
including budget and  plural executive
                        V = Ch. 9, p.130 paragraph 2 and chart

                        Van = Ch. 5, pp, 58 top-60
center, including budget and  plural executive
*Pages in S
*Pages in V


Ch. 10, pp. 230-237 top, 241-246 end, 248 top, 250 terms, summary #3-9

US President* 
CA Governor*
Executive Powers & Privileges

Ch. 5, pp, 58 top-60 center, including budget and  plural executive
230 last paragraph - 232 3rd paragraph 
Powers concerning
US and CA legislation

*Study Tip*
Gov & Pres are both concerned with clemency and with their respective budgets, but only the governor has the line item veto
 65 bottom-67 top

229 3rd paragraph-230 5th paragraph 

241 4th paragraph - 243 3rd paragraph 
Vice President  /
Lieutenant Governor

*Study Tip*:
They are chosen in different ways

 67, 4th paragraph

238 4th paragraph-241 3rd paragraph
254-255 Table 11-2 

US and CA
Organization of the Executive Branch

All key terms 68-69, 70 bottom, Figure 5.2 72-73 
224 1st paragraph 
Legal basis for all
executive authority

 64, 2nd paragraph 
228 2nd paragraph - 229 2nd paragraph Authority over Armed
Forces outlined

 66 last paragraph 
235 1st paragraph - 237 2nd paragraph  Extent of Executive

 71, last paragraph
 74, 1st paragraph
215 last paragraph  Control over Budget
*other than line-item

 66, 3rd paragraph 
225 1st paragraph 
352 Article II Sec. 1 Clause 1 
361 Amendment XXII Sec. 1 1st paragraph
 Term Limits

*Study Tip*:
Both serve a maximum
of two terms!
  62 Figure 5.1 btm
  62, 1st paragraph

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