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Revolve Clothing Online Outlet。Two important safeguards in the operation of our Federal government are (1) separation of power and (2) checks and balances. They are not the same thing.

Separation of Power means that the Federal government is divided into 3 separate branches, each operating independently. The three branches of government are the legislative branch (Congress – the House and Senate), the executive branch (the President, Vice President, and Cabinet), and the judicial branch (The Supreme Court.)

Checks and Balances means that each of these branches have some power to check the actions of another branch.

The men who wrote the Constitution wanted to make sure that no one branch became too powerful. First, they set up the three branches of government, and carefully described the powers of each branch in the Constitution. Then they created a system of checks and balances by giving powers to one branch that they could use to limit control by another branch. This system of checks and balances is also described in the Constitution.

For example, the President of the United States is the head of the executive branch.

The president is the commander in chief of the armed forces.

The president appoints cabinet members, each of whom is the head of an important department in government, including the Secretaries of State, Treasury, Labor, Commerce, Defense, Agriculture, the Interior, Health & Education & Welfare, Homeland Security, the Attorney General and the Postmaster General.

The president also appoints ambassadors to foreign countries and judges for the Federal court.

BUT – the president cannot get any money to pay anyone without the approval of Congress. AND – nearly everyone appointed by the president must be approved by Congress before they can take office.

Checks and balances, thats what the founding fathers wanted to accomplish and they did!

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Our government has three branches. Imagine a triangle. At the top is the Executive Branch. The two bottom corners are the Judicial Branch and the Legislative Branch also called Congress. Each part of the government is connected to the other. Each has its own responsibilities and powers. A system of checks and balances prevents one branch from gaining too much power. So how does this all work?

How have the three branches of government changed over time and what are their present day challenges?

The Duties of the Three Branches of Government

Delegates at the Constitutional Convention also wanted to divide powerwithinthe federal government. They did not want these powers to be controlled by just one man or one group. The delegates were afraid that if a small group received too much power, the United States would wind up under the rule of another dictator or tyrant.

To avoid the risk of dictatorship or tyranny, the group divided the new government into three parts, or branches: the executive branch, the legislative branch, and the judicial branch.

Headed by the president. The president carries out federal laws and recommends new ones, directs national defense and foreign policy, and performs ceremonial duties. Powers include directing government, commanding the Armed Forces, dealing with international powers, acting as chief law enforcement officer, and vetoing laws.

Headed by Congress, which includes the House of Representatives and the Senate. The main task of these two bodies is to make the laws. Its powers include passing laws, originating spending bills (House), impeaching officials (Senate), and approving treaties (Senate).

Headed by the Supreme Court. Its powers include interpreting the Constitution, reviewing laws, and deciding cases involving states rights.

Most of the time the House and the Senate each meet in their own chamber in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. However, every once in a while, they must meet together (joint session). For example, a joint session is needed to count the electoral votes in presidential elections. Joint sessions are held in the House chamber.

This is a social studies/technology project that requires you to research the major responsibilities of each of the three branches of the US government.

After learning about the three branches of government, use inspiration to demonstrate your knowledge and create an informational Web site.

You will need to include and show separation of the three branches of government. You need to include the leaders, responsibilities, and the checks and balances between the branches. It is also suggested that you color code or somehow designate a difference between the branches so your Web site is easy to read.

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