Unit 2: Interactions among branches of government
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About this unitThe three branches of American government—Congress, the courts, and the Executive—are meant to both cooperate and compete, to support or challenge the work of each. Their powers, both Constitutionally-granted and otherwise, are intended to balance and separate the powers of government.
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