American Government

How do executive agreements differ from treaties?

a. the senate ratifies treaties that were executive agreements from the previous administration
b. a treaty requires approval by the senate an executive agreement does not***
c. executive agreements are valid across administrations treaties are not
d. the president negotiates treatise senate makes executive agreements.

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  1. Correct, b.

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