American National Government

The tendency of Congress to defer to the President in foreign policy has at times led to

an American dictatorship.
a plebiscitary presidency.
an imperial presidency.
active-positive presidents

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  1. How does your textbook define each of those four terms?

  2. I just read the definitations for these and I think A is the answer plaes let me know if it makes sense

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  3. Yes, I think either A or C would make sense.

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