Explain why U.S. presidents might be a bit more likely to get their way (in a relatively short period of time) with respect to foreign policy rather than domestic policy.
Widely considered the most powerful person in the nation's government, American presidents execute laws passed by Congress. Unlike Congress, they cannot create laws; but unlike Congress they do not need to achieve a consensus on a decision.
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U.S. presidents tend to get their way in foreign policy rather than domestic policy for two key reasons. First and foremost, presidents serve as the...
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