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What is one example of how presidential power has grown since the Constitution was written? A. President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act without consulting the states. B. President
Reagan negotiated with the Soviet Union without consulting Congress. C. President Truman sent troops to Korea without a declaration of war from Congress. D. President Roosevelt created jobs before Congress created the Works Progress Administration.
C. President Truman sent troops to Korea without a declaration of war from Congress.
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