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What is a primary difference between a treaty and an executive agreement? A. Treaties must be approved by the Senate; executive agreements do not. B. Executive agreements are made only within the United States. C. Treaties can be created without considering the Constitution. D. Executive agreements always transfer from one administration to the next; treaties do not.
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What is a primary difference between a treaty and an executive agreement? A. Treaties must be approved by the Senate.

An executive agreement is an agreement entered into by the U.S. executive branch, the president, without prior Congressional authorization. Conversely, a treaty is an international agreement requiring Congressional authorization.

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Which department in the President’s cabinet is led by the Attorney General? A. Department of Justice B. Department of Defense C. Department of Veterans Affairs D. Department of Homeland Security
Weegy: A. Department of Justice is led by the Attorney General. User: What is the right of legation? A. a nation’s right to diplomatic immunity B. an ambassador’s right to travel without a passport C. the right of every nation to send and receive diplomatic representatives D. an individual’s right to trial in a world court of law Weegy: Answer is C. the right of legation is the right of every nation to send and receive diplomatic representatives User: Who is responsible for carrying out policies about the government’s money? A. Department of the Treasury B. Commerce Department C. Federal Reserve Board D. Securities and Exchange Commission Weegy: Answer is D. Securities and Exchange Commission (More)
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jessMhak, Please restate the question as the part of your answer.
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In “The Bean Eaters,” what is the couple doing as they eat? A. putting things away B. staring at each other C. remembering the past D. counting their possessions
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In “The Bean Eaters,” as they eat, the couple is remembering the past.
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How can specialization benefit an economy? A. It stops unemployment. B. It makes production more efficient. C. It leads to competition. D. It makes labor easier to control.
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How can specialization benefit an economy?

B. It makes production more efficient.
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Working where we want to is an example of which economic goal? A. economic freedom B. economic growth C. economic security D. economic equity
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Working where we want to is an example of economic freedom.
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