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Homework Help: Civics

Posted by Jennifer on Tuesday, October 6, 2009 at 8:24pm.

I have just one more question. Should Congress play a greater role in the formation of American foreign policy? Why or why not?
I think Congress shouln't, because they may not want the president to reach an agreement with another country, so that country may become upset with America. Does this sound like a good reasoning? If not, then what role does Congress have in American foreign policy?

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