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Separation of Powers Directions: The following PowerPoint is designed to help you review which branch of government is responsible for things. Review these until you get them all right!
Power: Impeach president Branch: Legislative
Power: Grant pardons Branch: Executive
Power: Coin Money Branch: Legislative
Power: Veto laws Branch: Executive
Power: Armed Forces Branch: Legislative
Power: Declare War Branch: Legislative
Power: Declare laws unconstitutional Branch: Judicial
Power: Make Laws Branch: Legislative
Power: Interpret Laws Branch: Judicial
Power: Create lower federal courts Branch: Legislative
Power: Appoint Judges Branch: Executive
Power: Approve Treaties Branch: Legislative
Power: Commander and Chief Branch: Executive
Power: Negotiate Foreign treaties Branch: Executive
Power: Regulate foreign trade Branch: Legislative
Can propose laws Can veto laws (Stem Cell Research) Can call special sessions of Congress Makes appointments to federal posts Negotiates foreign treaties.
The American Political System. Background The Declaration of Independence 1776 The Declaration of Independence 1776 The War of Independence
A delegated power is a power given to the national government
The Principles of the United States Constitution.
Checks & Balances The Balance of Power between Branches.
Laws Separation of Powers Carries Out Interprerts Makes
The Separation of Powers
Principles of the Constitution
Three Branches of Government Legislative Branch Writes laws Approves treaties Grants money Declares war Confirms presidential appointments.
Checks and Balances. Legislative Branch Checks on Executive Branch Override president’s veto Can impeach and remove the president Can reject presidential.
Checks and Balances.
Separation of Powers Three Branches of Government.
3 Branches of Government
Separation of Powers. The United States Supreme Court.
The United States Constitution Open your books to page 84.
Separation of Powers. Legislative Branch House of Representatives ( 435 members) Serves 2-year term Must be 25 years old and been a citizen for 7 years.
The Six Basic Principles The Constitution. Terms Limited government Constitutionalism Rule of law Federalism Elastic clause Separation of powers Checks.
Article One: The Legislative Branch. The Powers of the Congress Writes the Laws Confirms presidential appointments Approves treaties Grants money Declares.
The Three Branches of Government in America The Executive Branch The Executive Branch The Legislative Branch The Legislative Branch The Judicial Branch.
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