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Limits of Power

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Yara Hanna

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of Limits of Power

LIMITS OF POWER The Constitution has a system of checks and balances where the Federal Governement is split into 3 branches: Executive Judical Legislative These are decided by people in many offices that affect: Public Opinion Political, Economic, and Social Climate Congress Congress struggled over how to make the good balance. From PA, Governor Morris said that they should put him "The President" so he can make the government stronger. As the years passed, the balance of power kept on changing in each branch. The Supreme Court This court is the final legal authority in this country, and it is responsible to intrepret the law and reject actions that violates the Constitution.
The justices are elected for life, and the president is only allowed to put more in and isn't allowed to take any out.
Impeachment The limit on Presidential power is to be removed from office by Congress through: "Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors." Public Support Presidental power comes from the crowd of people, and Presidents always have the help from people to advertise. The Press The press are always looking for good stories to publish about presidents. Keep an eye out for one of them!!!
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