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The Pharaoh of Egypt vs. the President of the united States . Blue book pages 76 , 77, 81 . Religion. Pharaoh was the sun god Pharaoh gave life to Egypt & its people . Economy . Pharaoh collected crops to feed his family Pharaoh took taxes on all materials made in Egypt . Government.

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The pharaoh of egypt vs the president of the united states

The Pharaoh of Egypt vs. the President of the united States

Blue book pages 76 , 77, 81


Religion
Religion

  • Pharaoh was the sun god

  • Pharaoh gave life to Egypt & its people


Economy
Economy

  • Pharaoh collected crops to feed his family

  • Pharaoh took taxes on all materials made in Egypt


Government
Government

  • Collected taxes

  • Served as judge

  • Shared floodwaters with irrigation

  • Local leaders were governor

  • Governors reported to pharaoh

  • Built pyramids

  • Created laws

  • Raised money for projects


Why did local leaders revolt
Why did local leaders revolt?

  • Local leaders did all the work.

  • The pharaoh’s projects took too long & cost too much money


Requirements to be president
Requirements to be president

  • 35 years old

  • A natural born citizen

  • Lived in the US for 14+ years


How long
How long?

  • Presidents can serve 4 years at a time.

  • The President can serve 2 terms = 8 years


Government laws
Government (laws)

  • Approve laws

  • Refuse to sign laws = veto

  • Propose bills, but cannot write them


Military powers
Military Powers

  • Authorizes the use of troops without declaring war

  • To declare war the president must get the approval of Congress


Duties
Duties

  • Party Leader – helps people get elected

  • Commander in Chief – controls all of the military

  • Chief Executive – administers the laws, carries out the laws


Duties continued
Duties - continued

  • Chief of State – represents US at events, promotes US values

  • Chief Diplomat – interacts with foreign leaders

  • Chief Legislator – voices his opinion about laws with speeches


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