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Abuse of power in a branch of government

All branches are equal and each has it own set of Constitutional Powers and functions to play and each plays a different role in our system of government. However, without each branch fulfilling its constitutional mandate, our system of government would not function. What happens when one branch steps on the turf of another branch?

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All branches are equal and each has it own set of Constitutional Powers and functions to play and each plays a different role in our system of government. However, without each branch fulfilling its constitutional mandate, our system of government would not function. What happens when one branch steps on the turf of another branch?

Ultimately what happens is that the people suffer. The American government was established to be a government of the people, for the people and by the people. This principle was specifically stated by President Abraham Lincoln when he ...

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This solution reflects on the consequences of one branch of government overstepping its bounds and infringing on the powers of a separate branch of government. Over 350 words of original text.

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