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About the President of the United States - US Government - About.com
The primary duty of the president of the United States is to make sure that all U.S. laws are carried out and that the federal government is run effectively. Although ...
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About the President and the President's Cabinet - US Government
Look here to learn about the office and duties of the President of the United States. Homework Note: This is where to look for information about the President's ...
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Information About the President's Cabinet - US Government
Why is it called a cabinet? Learn about the President's Cabinet, the origin of the term and the 15 secretaries and their departments.
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Can the President be Muslim? - US Government - About.com
Find out what the U.S. Constitution says about religion in the White House and whether America could elect a Muslim president. Learn about the faiths of other ...
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Legislative Powers of the President of the United States
The President of the United States is commonly referred to as the most powerful person in the free world, but his legislative powers are strictly defined by the ...
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Constitutional Powers of the Presidency - from About.com
Presidential Powers granted by the U.S. Constitution, from your About.com Guide .
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Fast Facts About the American Presidents - American History
Biographical fast facts about the Presidents of the United States.
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The Presidents of the United States - Presidents 31-40
Herbert Hoover - Hoover was president when the Stock Market crashed in 1929 and the Great Depression began. He was heavily criticized for doing little during  ...
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The President of the United States -- Briefly - US Government
Article II, section 1, of the U.S. Constitution provides that "[t]he executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. He shall hold his ...
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United States Presidential Pay and Compensation - US Government
Effective January 1, 2001, the annual salary of the President of the United States was increased to $400,000 per year, including a $50,000 expense allowance.
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