An Explanation of representation in U.S. Government.
In a Representative Government there must be representation. In the case of the U.S., that representation comes from the United States Congress. Congress was created through the Constitution as an intrinsic part of the government. The Constitution establishes a delineation of powers; Congress has three very important powers, the legitimacy to use those powers, and the consequences if those powers are abused.
Congress has significant power, but it cannot do a number of things. It cannot: establish a national school system, pass laws requiring people to vote; or set minimum ages for drivers…
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