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    • POLITICS PRESENTATIONSFOR A-LEVEL, IN MULTIMEDIASKI PARASKOS, 2001LEFT CLICK OR PRESS SPACEBAR TO ADVANCE, PRESS P BUTTONTO GO BACK, PRESS ESC BUTTON TO END
    • POLITICSPRESENTATIONSUS President& Cabinet1111
    • 2222 KEY FEATURES
    • 3333FUNCTIONSKEY FEATURES
    • 4444Head of StateHead of StateFUNCTIONSCeremonial role& representingthe nationas a wholeKEY FEATURES
    • 5555Head of GovernmentHead of GovernmentHead of StateHead of StateFUNCTIONSChairs cabinet& co-ordinatescivil serviceKEY FEATURES
    • 6666Commander-in-chiefCommander-in-chiefHead of GovernmentHead of GovernmentHead of StateHead of StateFUNCTIONSAlthough onlyCongress candeclare warKEY FEATURES
    • 7777Legislative VetoLegislative VetoCommander-in-chiefCommander-in-chiefHead of GovernmentHead of GovernmentHead of StateHead of StateFUNCTIONSCongress canoverturn by 2/3KEY FEATURES
    • Federal AppointmentsFederal Appointments8888Legislative VetoLegislative VetoCommander-in-chiefCommander-in-chiefHead of GovernmentHead of GovernmentHead of StateHead of StateFUNCTIONSSenate must approveKEY FEATURES
    • 9999 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
    • 10101010 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
    • 11111111 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONSThe President is elected by thepeople separately from Congressand so has his/her own authority
    • 12121212 BALANCE OF POWER
    • 13131313 BALANCE OF POWERTHE CABINET
    • 14141414 BALANCE OF POWERTHE CABINETAppointments approved by Senate,resignations embarrassing, but tendto deal bilaterally with President
    • 15151515 BALANCE OF POWEREXECUTIVE OFFICE
    • 16161616 BALANCE OF POWEREXECUTIVE OFFICEWHITE HOUSEOFFICEAppointed by President to advise(outside normal checks and balances)
    • 17171717 BALANCE OF POWEREXECUTIVE OFFICEWHITE HOUSEOFFICECouncil ofEconomic AdvisersNational SecurityCouncilOffice ofManagement& BudgetOffice ofPolicyDevelopment
    • 18181818 BALANCE OF POWERCONGRESS
    • 19191919 BALANCE OF POWERCONGRESSCharting a legislative coursecan be difficult, especiallyif Congress is controlledby the other party ...
    • 20202020 BALANCE OF POWERCONGRESSCharting a legislative coursecan be difficult, especiallyif Congress is controlledby the other party ...
    • 21212121 BALANCE OF POWERCONGRESSOn the other hand, the Presidentcan veto legislation and hasthe power of patronage
    • 22222222 BALANCE OF POWERCONGRESSThere was much talk of growingPresidential power, but Watergate& Impeachment show the limits
    • 23232323 BALANCE OF POWERCONGRESSA legislative programme can onlyprogress if Congress & Presidentare agreed, so negotiation is needed
    • 24242424 BALANCE OF POWERCONGRESSThere will therefore have to be“trade-offs” and deals, withmutual support for certainBills, or certain appointments