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Has the system of separate institutuions sharing powers protected liberty and promoted equality as the Framers envisioned it would?
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The American Government System is shared powers because all of the branches have power over another branch. For example, The Congress (legislative) can make a law. Then it cou…ld go to the Supreme Court and they would say if the law was "Constitutional" or not. If it is not then it goes back to congress and they change the law to make it "Constitutional" after this is completed it goes back to the court and they can tell if it is "Constiitional" and if it is it goes to the President and he has the final say in if it becomes a law or not. He also enforces it. Just a little side note too. Everyone thinks that the President is the most powerful person in our government. But it is the Congress. Hope this helps.
This is like the democracy that Americans have. They have three branches of government that work together, the legislative, congress, and judicial.
Montesquieu While Locke proposed separating government into a legislative branch that made law and an executive branch charged with implementing the law, Montesquieu a…dded an independent judiciary to settle disputes that might arise between the two.
The framers wanted a separation of powers so that no one person or group would have complete control.
The power of government is divided into three branches so that each one can focus on a specific task for which it was designed (making laws, enforcing laws, and judging …laws). However there is always a chance that one branch can become out of control and so there is the checks and balances system to keep each branch in control.
French philosopher Baron de Montesquieu influenced the framers to adopt the philosophy of separation of powers.
Why did the framers create a federal system of government in which power is shared between the national and state government?
The framers wanted this because they didn't want the national government to get too strong and become a monarchy, like the one they just worked so hard to get out of. The cons…titution created a federal system as a compromise so that power of government would be shared between the states and federal government, and the federal government would not become too powerful. It was the only choice the founders thought they had in order to achieve this.
Why did the framers create a federal system of government in which power is shared between the national and governments?
Because the Framers wanted the states to keep significant powers.
No power can assume the competence or functions of another power or can interfere with another power's business.
The purpose of separation of powers is to keep each everyone in line with what they're supposed to be doing and not have one party have full control.
The framers believed separation of powers was important because it prevented one branch of government from becoming more powerful than the other two branches. They really …feared the possibility of tyranny.
Was the separation of powers doctrine intended by the framers of the Constitution to promote efficiency in governmental operations?
no i really dont know but some of these answers are wrong
So that one branch of governments powers would be opposed by the other branches of government. This distribution of power is the checks and balances that are built in the US C…onstitution.