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A president who claims to possess a mandate from the American electorate could arguably A. claim the authority to increase taxes without the approval...

A president who claims to possess a mandate from the American electorate could arguably
A. claim the authority to increase taxes without the approval of Congress.
B. ignore all legislative mandates passed by Congress.
C. claim that voters have approved the agenda he campaigned on, and that Congress ought therefore to approve it.
D. claim that voters have approved the president’s agenda and that the state legislatures should unhesitatingly support it

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