the aim that Congress had in passing the War Powers Act was to a. give the President more power in using American forces overseas b. forbid the President from ever sending American forces overseas c. limit the President's
Which of the following reasons best explains why congress enacted the war powers resolution in 1973? a. to grant the president unrestricted authority to send troops abroad b. to allow the president unlimited war powers c. funding
The aim that Congress had in passing the War Powers Act was to a. give the President more power in using American forces overseas b. forbid the President from ever sending American forces overseas c. limit the President's
1. Which of the following did George Washington do during his presidency? -established a cabinet of advisers** -limited himself to one term in office -offered military support in foreign wars -served ties with Great Britain 2.
I still don't know about these and I realllyy need to finish this exam, so please help me!! 15. What effect did Supreme Court decisions on apportionment bring about? a. People accused of a crime must be informed on their rights b.
surveyor- -worked hard, -learn to think logically. British army officers- -quit in response to unfair treatment. -was courageous in battle. Commander in chief on continental army- -stayed with his troops. -demanded courage and
Which power allows congress to check the foreign affairs powers of the president? Eminent domain power Judicial power Taxing and spending power Commerce power**** Which of the following examples reflects an action that congress
When facing the threat that a country might be developing chemical and biological weapons of mass destruction for use by terrorists groups, a libertarian would most likely: A. oppose any military action by the U.S. because
12. To which groups did George Wallace target his campaign? a. southerners and blue-collar voters b. Republicans and left-leaning Democrats c. campus radicals and antiwar forces d. professors and editorial writers A? 15. What