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    Seperation of House, Senate, & The President

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    Why do you think that the founding fathers set the rules for the house, the senate, and the president different from each other?

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    The Constitution states that power should be shared among all units of the government. Dividing Congress into two chambers (the House and Senate) with a positive vote of both needed to approve legislation works as a system of checks and balances to prevent tyranny (Longley, n/d). The House and Senate have different duties, which ensure that all legislation is carefully considered. The House is elected by and represents limited groups of citizens living in geographically defined districts within each state. The Senate is elected by ...

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    This solution addresses the reasons the founding fathers set the rules for the house, the senate, and the president different from each other. APA reference is included.

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