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GPS Standards: SSCG12, SSCG13, SSCG14, SSCG20.

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Transcript of GPS Standards: SSCG12, SSCG13, SSCG14, SSCG20.

SSCG12: Commander in Chief
President Reagan’s position was that as commander in chief he had an obligation to ensure national security and protect the interests of the country and its citizens.
President Power Point
5th Period
April 13, 2015
Mr. Tomblin

Chief Executive
One of the most important roles of the Chief Executive position is the ability to issue executive orders that are within the president's scope of power. An important example of an executive order issued by President Carter was Executive Order in 1977.
SSCG13: Written Qualification
The person must be a natural-born citizen of the United States and must have been a permanent resident of the United States of America for at least 14 years. Additionally, a candidate must not have been impeached by the Senate, and not have participated in a rebellion against the United States. Each candidate must be at least 35 years of age.
SSCG13: Unwritten Qualification
Experience in government or high military rank
Ability to raise large amounts of money
Political beliefs- be a fit for a major party
Personal characteristics- mental stability
Skill in debating and in fielding leading questions from reporters

SSCG14: Impeachment Bill Clinton
Bill Clinton the 42nd President of the United States, was impeached by the House of Representatives on two charges, one of perjury and one of obstruction of justice, on December 19, 1998. Two other impeachment articles, a second perjury charge and a charge of abuse of power, failed in the House. He was acquitted of both charges by the Senate on February 12, 1999.[1]
GPS Standards: SSCG12, SSCG13, SSCG14, SSCG20.
Arlexious Nelson
April 13, 2015

SSCG14: Impeachment Andrew Johnson
The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson, who became the 17th President of the United States after Abraham Lincoln was assassinated, was one of the most dramatic events in the political life of the United States during Reconstruction. The first impeachment of a sitting United States president, it was the culmination of a lengthy political battle between the Southern Democrat Johnson and the "Radical Republican" movement that dominated Congress and sought control of the South through Reconstruction policies.
SSCG20:Foreign Policy of the US
The officially stated goals of the foreign policy of the United States, as mentioned in the Foreign Policy Agenda of the U.S. Department of State, are "to build and sustain a more democratic, secure, and prosperous world for the benefit of the American people and the international community.
The President directs the foreign policy of the United States.
This is done by negotiating of other nations and securing relationships with other nations.
Executive Order 11967
Relating to violations of the Selective Service Act, August 4, 1964 to March 28, 1973

Signed: January 21, 1977
Federal Register date: January 24, 1977
SSCG12: Chief of State
President Obama is fulfilling the Chief of State roll. And he is also represents the United States because he is meeting with all of the leaders. If he wasn't fulfilling the role he would not be meeting with the leaders.
SSCG12: Foreign Policy Leader
1) responses to foreign events
2) proposals for legislation
3) negotiation of international agreements
4) policy statements
5) policy implementation
6) independent action.
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