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. The tendency of Congress to defer to the President in foreign policy has at times led to (Points : 1) an American dictatorship. a plebiscitary presidency. an imperial
presidency. active-positive presidents.
a plebiscitary presidency.
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User: . The tendency of Congress to defer to the President in foreign policy has at times led to (Points : 1) an American dictatorship. a plebiscitary presidency. an imperial presidency. active-positive presidents.

Weegy: a plebiscitary presidency.
Controler|Points 3518|

User: History has demonstrated that a candidate who wants to secure his party’s nomination must often win (Points : 1) only presidential primaries. only participatory caucuses. only big state primaries. either the New Hampshire primary or the Iowa caucus.

Weegy: c.) only big state primaries.
supernike|Points 600|

User: Although the Constitution does not provide for the line-item veto, presidents have (Points : 1) always disregarded the Constitution and vetoed items anyway. in effect exercised it by issuing presidency curbing legislation. in effect exercised it on spending bills through the use of impoundments. received permission from the courts to veto on a case-by-case basis.

Weegy: Although the Constitution does not provide for the line-item veto, presidents have received permission from the courts to veto on a case-by-case basis.
chantalle25|Points 108|

User: Presidential character, according to James David Barber, is important for voters to consider when electing the President because they can (Points : 1) understand his agenda for the country. predict his performance. determine whether he might have an extramarital affair. know whether he will stand by controversial appointments.

Weegy: Know whether he will stand by controversial appointments.
Fanboy|Points 2781|

User: A President who has a political mandate has (Points : 1) been given greater constitutional authority by Congress. won a plebiscitary presidency. greater political power because he won by a wide margin. a greater influence in domestic policy than foreign.

Weegy: Greater political power because he won by a wide margin.
Expert answered|Fanboy|Points 2781|

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