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Cabinet-a group of presidential advisers made up of the heads of the executive departments the Vice President and other officials Bureaucracy-a government or other organization with many different departments and complex rules and procedures Executive Order-a rule the President issues that has the force of law Ambassador-an official representative of a countrys government Treaty-a formal agreement between two or more countries Executive Agreement-an agreement between the President and the leader of another country Pardon-a declaration of forgiveness and freedom from punishment Amnesty-a pardon granted to members of a group who have broken a law Reprieve-an order to delay carrying out a sentence or court order Administration-officials who help the President plan and carry out policy Domestic- relating to matters within a country Foreign Policy-a governments plan for dealing with other nations Embassy-a government office headed by an ambassador set up in a foreign nation Consulate-a government office in a foreign country that protects the interests of its citizens Consul-an official who heads a consulate Passport-an official document that identifies a traveler as a citizen of a particular country Visa-a permit that allows a person to remain in a foreign country for a certain length of time Conservation-protection of public lands and natural resources Executive Agency- an independent agency responsible for dealing with specialized areas of government Regulatory Commission-an independent agency that protects the public by controlling certain types of businesses and industries Government Corporation-a business owned and operated by the government that provides services to the public Red Tape-inefficiency caused by too many rules and regulations Spoils System-the practice of giving jobs as a reward for a party Merit System-the practice of giving government jobs to those who are most qualified Civil Servant-a government employee Q What are the qualifications and terms of office for the President A President must be a native born citizen not naturalized of this country Must be at least 35 and have lived in the US for 14
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