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PLSC Questions Chapter 12 #4 The factors that contributed to the growth of presidential power in the twentieth century are the growth/expansion of the government itself and the interconnection with the world. As the nation expanded, so did the government office. People looked to solve problems less and less locally and eventually started turning towards the federal government to solve their problems. The president was not only in charge of the executive branch of government for the U.S. but he was also in charge of being the foreign diplomat in chief for the U.S. as well as the commander in chief for the U.S. military. #7 The problems that exist within the electoral college are that the smaller states are over represented. Another problem with the electoral college is that only the bigger

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