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How can a President use a line-item veto? A. only through an amendment to the Constitution B. when Congress cannot agree on a bill C. by not signing or vetoing a bill within ten days D. when Congress
overrides a veto
A. only through an amendment to the Constitution
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User: How can a President use a line-item veto? A. only through an amendment to the Constitution B. when Congress cannot agree on a bill C. by not signing or vetoing a bill within ten days D. when Congress overrides a veto





Weegy: A. only through an amendment to the Constitution
Expert answered|peanut213|Points 210|

User: The electoral college has many weaknesses. Several reform plans have been suggested to strengthen these weaknesses. Which plan would use popular votes to decide how many electoral votes a candidate would get? A. the direct popular election plan B. the national popular vote plan C. the district plan D. the proportional plan

Weegy: D. the proportional plan
Expert answered|peanut213|Points 210|

User: Which term describes a President’s need to keep information private? A. executive privilege B. civil rights C. presidential view D. oath of office

Weegy: D. oath of office
Expert answered|peanut213|Points 220|

User: What is the relationship between the military and the federal government? A. Elected civilian leadership has no influence over the military. B. The military is subordinate to the elected civilian leadership. C. The military joint chiefs of staff direct both the armed forces and the elected civilian leadership. D. Elected civilian leadership and military leadership have equal powers.

Weegy: C. The military joint chiefs of staff direct both the armed forces and the elected civilian leadership.
Expert answered|peanut213|Points 220|

User: Which two principles have directed the foreign policy of the United States since World War II? A. cold war and deterrence B. collective security and deterrence C. detente and containment D. isolationism and nationalism

Weegy: C. detente and containment
Expert answered|peanut213|Points 220|

User: 2 more lol

Weegy: Ok :) NP
Expert answered|peanut213|Points 220|

User: A President has the power to cancel some parts of a new law. What makes this possible? A. an amendment to the Constitution B. when Congress cannot agree C. not signing a bill within ten days D. when Congress overrides a veto

Weegy: D. when Congress overrides a veto
Expert answered|peanut213|Points 220|

User: What development led to a change in the electoral college system following the election of 1800? A. George Washington’s resignation B. the creation of the District of Columbia C. the choosing of presidential electors D. the rise of political parties



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