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How does the Constitution distribute power? It focuses most of the government's power in the president, who is checked by the other branches. It divides the central government into three branches and shares power with the state governments. It limits the power of the executive branch in favor of the legislative branch and the individual states. It grants the majority of government power to the state governments, who select the representatives.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The answer B. It divides the central government into three branches and shares power with the state governments.
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