By Daniel E Brannen
"Checks and Balances: the 3 Branches of the yankee govt "offers correct, easy-to-understand info detailing the internal workings of the government. as well as historic overviews and examinations of the daily operations of every department, themes lined comprise Constitutional tasks and tasks of every department, specifics regarding eligibility, elections and appointments of key positions, adjustments seeing that 1776, the way forward for every one department and masses extra.
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On May 24, 2002, for example, President George W. Bush and President Vladimir Putin (1952–) of Russia signed the Moscow Treaty on Strategic Offensive Reductions. The Moscow Treaty was an agreement to reduce the number of strategic nuclear warhead arsenals in America and Russia to between 1,700 and 2,200 each by December 2012. S. Senate ratified the treaty unanimously in March 2003. The Senate also must approve the president’s selection of federal judges, ambassadors to other countries, executive department heads, and other important officers.
Following their impeachment, neither President Johnson nor President Clinton were voted out of office, though Johnson missed conviction by only a single vote. In addition to conducting impeachment trials, the Senate has two other powers that the House does not. If the president makes a treaty, or formal agreement, with another country, the treaty becomes law in America only if two-thirds of the senators present approve it. Similarly, a simple majority of senators must approve the president’s selection of Supreme Court justices, ambassadors, and other important government officers, including the heads of the departments in the executive branch, such as the Justice Department.
American government under the Articles of Confederation had only a Congress, with no president or judiciary. S. Constitution in 1787. The Constitution became law in the United States in June 1788 after ten of the thirteen states ratified, or approved, it. The new federal government began to operate under the Constitution in 1789. The Constitution, however, did not create the United States of America, and was not the blueprint for its first government. The country was born on July 4, 1776, when representatives from the thirteen American colonies joined together to break from English rule by signing the Declaration of Independence.
Checks and Balances The Three Branches of the American Government Vol 1 by Daniel E Brannen