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James Madison wrote the plan for the U.S. system of checks and balances, which
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anonymous
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A.forms an executive branch that evaluates all of the decisions of the government. B.allows an independent group of government lawyers to check the decisions of the executive branch. C.institutes a system so each branch of the government can overrule the others’ decisions. D.allows the president to make the final decision in all matters of the government.
anonymous
  • anonymous
uhm. listen. i gtg take care of some stuff. do you think this can wait?
anonymous
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danggg... i had to turn it in today...but its ok ill c wat i can do..but thank u soo much for ur help !!

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  • anonymous
dont worry. ill be back in a couple of minutes, i just really have to go now.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok :D ttyl :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok bye. brb
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lol and he never came back

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