american government

the presidency is
a. an extraordinarily strong office with sufficient powers to enable the president to control national policy under virtually all circumstances.
b. an inherently weak office in that presidents have almost no capacity to influence the major directions of national policy.
c. an office in which power is conditional, depending on whether the political support that gives force to presidential leadership exists or can be developed.
d. an office where power depends almost entirely on its occupant; strong leaders are always successful presidents and weak ones never succeed.
e. an office where power is fairly constant, regardless of the occupant or the circumstances.
IS C CORRECT?THANK YOU:))))

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asked by vedrana
  1. I think C is the best answer.

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. a. an extraordinarily strong office with sufficient powers to enable the president to control national policy under virtually all circumstances.

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