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the term imperial presidency refers to
a. the use of the powers of the presidency without congressional approval
b. the power of the president as commander in chief
c. the power of the president to recognize other nations
d. the power of the president to impose laws on the nation

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    Only Congress can pass and impose laws. Imperial implies powers similar to a king or dictator -- without consulting other people.

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