Congressional and Presidential Roles
Panelists discussed the role of the executive and legislative branches in determing both domestic and foreign policy. They examined… read more
Panelists discussed the role of the executive and legislative branches in determing both domestic and foreign policy. They examined how political parties have influenced the functioning of this divided governmental structure both historically and currently by either one-party or split-party governments. close
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