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Argument: Executive foreign policy is hardly constrained in a divided government

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"The Case That Divided Government is Irrelevant". 2008 Central. 8 Jul. 2008 - "in terms of foriegn policy, the development the past 50 years has strongly favored the President over Congress. Indeed, Bush has been able to do almost whatever he wanted in foreign policy, even after the Democrats took back Congress in 2006. Bill Clinton initiated the Kosovo campaign in the middle of being impeached."

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