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Congress' control over the Fed is
a. substantial because it can cut off necessary appropriations
b. limited because the Fed is not dependent on Congress for the funds to support its operations
c. substantial because the members of the Board of Governors can be replaced every four years
d. substantial because Congress has created a Super Board to oversee the Fed
e. limited because, like Supreme Court justices, members of the Fed Board are appointed for life

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