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Presidential power and influence are often thought to be greater in the foreign policy arena than in the domestic policy arena. Why?

Besides the power to pass legislation, what other powers does congress have to influence the policy-making process of government?

Explore the influence of politics in the process of judicial appointment and judicial confirmation.

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Presidential power and influence are often thought to be greater in the foreign policy arena than in the domestic policy arena. Why?

Besides the power to pass legislation, what other powers does congress have to influence the policy-making process of government?

Explore the influence of politics in the process of judicial appointment and judicial confirmation.

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