Lessons for Presidents

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  • Executive and Legislative Powers - … . How were the actions taken by President Roosevelt similar to and different from those taken by President Johnson? 2. How were the … specific statutory authorization, such forces shall be removed by the President if the Congress so directs by concurrent resolution. CONGRESSIONAL PRIORITY … Iraq. I will also reach out to President Chirac of France, President Putin of Russia, President Jiang of China, and other world leaders …
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  • Civil Liberties and War Powers - Korematsu v. United States (1944) - … basis upon which to conclude that the President had constitutionally detained Hamdi pursuant to the President's war powers, it ordered the … Congress under Article I, rather than the President under Article II. As Hamilton explained, the President's military authority would be "much … suspension would make constitutional otherwise unconstitutional detentions ordered by the President. It simply removes a remedy. Justice Scalia's position might …
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  • Roles & Powers of the President - … prevent the President from fulfilling his or her duties? Materials Powers of the President Political Cartoon, attached Textbook Powers of the President graphic … is the cartoon implying regarding the powers of the President? Does the President make his or her own rules? Explain. In what … elected to either the Presidency or the vice presidency (False. Gerald Ford was not elected to either post.) The President is allowed to … , and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term …
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  • Roles & Powers of the President - … prevent the President from fulfilling his or her duties? Materials Powers of the President Political Cartoon, attached Textbook Powers of the President graphic … is the cartoon implying regarding the powers of the President? Does the President make his or her own rules? Explain. In what … elected to either the Presidency or the vice-presidency (False. Gerald Ford was not elected to either post.) The President is allowed to … , and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term …
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  • What Should President Truman Do? - … which they each play members of President Truman s committee of advisers, Vice President Barkley, or President Truman himself. At this meeting, committee … the advisory meeting with the President and Vice President. Individually, brainstorm ways you can convince the Vice President and President to see things your … April 12, 1945, Vice President Harry S. Truman became president. Unfortunately, Roosevelt had never included his vice president in discussions about the atomic …
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  • What Should President Truman Do? - … which they each play members of President Truman s committee of advisers, Vice President Barkley, or President Truman himself. At this meeting, committee … the advisory meeting with the President and Vice President. Individually, brainstorm ways you can convince the Vice President and President to see things your … April 12, 1945, Vice President Harry S. Truman became president. Unfortunately, Roosevelt had never included his vice president in discussions about the atomic …
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  • Dueling Telegrams: 1963 Verbal Power Play Between Wallace and JFK - … he or she specifically requested that the President of the United States take control. Presidents, however, can legally "federalize" guardsmen on their … he or she specifically requested that the President of the United States take control. Presidents, however, can legally "federalize" guardsmen on their … he or she specifically requested that the President of the United States take control. Presidents, however, can legally "federalize" guardsmen on their …
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  • A Penny For Your Thoughts - … what students have learned about each president. Compare and contrast the lives of the four different presidents. Talk about how their childhoods … what students have learned about each president. Compare and contrast the lives of the four different presidents. Talk about how their childhoods … pictures of each of the Presidents.Whitehouse KidsThis website gives information about all the U.S. Presidents including biographies written by fifth …
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  • Presidential Match-Fascinating Facts about U.S. Presidents - … ^th President (1809-1817): First president to wear long trousers instead of knickers; shortest president at 5 feet, 4 inches; lightest president weighing under … "; first president born outside of original thirteen colonies; first president to wear a beard; the first president photographed at an inauguration; first president assassinated … . Ford- 38^th President (1974-1977): First president to have been Eagle Scout; first President to officially visit Japan; first president to release full …
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  • Mr. President, Who Are You? - … and their political platforms. 3. Create a timeline of presidents listing dates, president, and party affiliation. 4. Create a table or chart … taught about this president. Can you think of other fables told about other presidents? CHALLENGE #4 Who is the President who... * Practiced law … attempted assassinations? * Pardoned a President? * Why was this president's term in office unusual? CHALLENGE #10 Who is the President who... * Left New …
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