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THREE BRANCHES US GOVERNMENT
The U.S. government was created in three branches, the executive, the judicial and legislative. The government felt that this division of power would check and balance them. The legislative branch or the law-making body of government is broken up in power between the Senate, and the House of Representatives. The executive branch, headed by the president of the United States takes care of most of the decision-making needed in passing laws, and policies. The judicial branch, determines what is legal and what laws are unconstitutional. According to document four, the president also has the po…
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