Decetralization of congress
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The Framers' of the United States' Constitution created a divided government and delegated power to each of the three branches of government they created. They did not want to concentrate all the power into a single governmental institution; even one elected by popular vote, because they feared such a consolidation of po…
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- Internet article review: the Department of Defense recently sent a proposal to Congress requesting a single-round of base closures to better use scarce resources.
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