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Exec. Branch Voc. 1

Richter-Government-Executive Branch Voc. 1

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37th president of the U.S.; resigned from office in 1974; put on trial for the Watergate scandall Nixon
a formal agreement between the governments of two or more countries treaty
a formal order given by a higher authority mandate
a group pardon to individuals for an offense against the government amnesty
the practice of granting favors to reward party loyalty patronage
a rule issued by the president that has the force of law executive order
secret covert
an ambassador's official residence and offices in a foreign country embassy
practice of government employment based on competitive examinations and merit civil service system
existing in fact rather than legally de facto
medium for discussion forum
rejection of a bill veto
a release from legal punishment pardon
secretaries of the executive departments, the vice-president, and other top officials that help the president make decisions and policy cabinet
deals with foreign relations secretary of state
helps the president with nominations for the court system attorney general
chief executive of the United States president
member of a party chosen in each state to formally elect the president and vice-president elector
each state would choose electors according to a method the state legislatures set up electoral college
the order in which officials fill the office of president in case of a vacancy presidential succession
the postponement of legal punishment reprieve
Created by: pennyboone