Constitutional Government Branches

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A study of constitutional governments shows that they are often divided into three different groups or branches. The power of government is not given to any one branch. Instead, some of the power is given to each branch. This is called separation of powers. For example, we divide our government into the following three branches: the legislative branch has the power to make laws the executive branch has the power to carry out and enforce laws the judicial branch has the power to manage conflicts about the meaning, application, and enforcement of
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