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The PRESIDENT is the head of the executive branch.
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The PRESIDENT is the head of the executive branch.

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Identifying the different methods that bureaucrats use to shape public policy. The answer is d. settling disputes.
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The Department of Homeland Security has broad oversight over the nation’s security. The answer is b. Federal Emergency Management Agency.
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