How do government corporations differ from independent executive agencies? A. Independent exExecutive agencies do not face competition from private businesses

B. Independent executive agencies are not subject to presidential control

C. Government corporations do not employ public workers

D. Government Corporations are not subject to presidential control

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16 in most states

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The answer would be: unhappiness

no i don't think so.



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