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Chapter 14, 15Review

Review for American Government Chapter 14, 15 & PP

QuestionAnswer
Last time the U.S. officially declared war. World War II
3 messages sent by the President to Congress every year. State of the union, budget message and Economic report
Pact between President & foreign head of state that does not require Senate approval Executive Agreement
Two step process for forming treaties. President negotiates & Senate approves
When most pardons are given. After sentencing
Must notify Congress w/I 48 hours, must end in 60 days unless Congress approves, Congress may end at any time War Powers Act
All of the people, agencies & procedures through which the Federal Government operates Federal Bureaucracy
Coordinates American military & foreign policy National Security Council
Group generally made up of President, VP, Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense & Secretary of Treasury National Security Council
The main duty of this part of the government is preparation of federal budget Office of Management & Budget
Civilian employees who perform administrative work of the Federal government Civil Service
Group of advisers to the President Cabinet
This department conducts foreign affairs & issues and grants passports State Department
This department promotes financial prosperity, prints money & collects taxes. Treasury Department
This department advises president on Constitutional law & fights war on drugs & crime. Justice Department
Sets monetary policy of US (interest rates) & central banking system of US Federal Reserve Board
Prepare strategic plans & recommends military action Joint Chiefs of Staff
Name all of the branches of the military that have representation on the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines
Created by: jbain8