anonymous
  • anonymous
How do the three branches of the US government limit each other’s powers? through popular sovereignty and federalism through the House and Senate through amendments and articles through checks and balances
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
D, through checks and balances. The branches were formed to not only strengthen one another, yet to counter one another too, each limiting the other's power at some degree, forming a balancing act.
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  • anonymous
You said you had another question? Well, please post within another strand for it is against the Code of Conduct of Open Study to have multiple questions within one strand.

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