The Importance Of The Separation Of Powers

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In the Separation of Powers people in Constitution preventing tyranny was cruel. Tyranny is cruel or oppressive to the people. We don’t need a war or king to control us with a military but two thousand men with guns. Millions people have to stopped tyranny from preventing wars, not limited government.
Separation Powers is important to our founder fathers because philosophers names were Montesquieu made the separation powers to understand three branches that are called legislative, executive, and judicial. The legislative powers all vested in Congress of United States, which shall consist of Senate and House Representatives. The executive powers all vested in President of United States. He shall hold the office during the term of four years, (serve) together with Vice- President, chosen the same term. The judicial power all of United States shall be invested in Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts of Congress of their good behavior. Tyranny is about cruel and oppressive and king controlling everybody in society.
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Check and Balances are important because goes back to the limited government with the separation powers and natural rights. Separation of Powers are represented our three branches executive branch, legislative branch, judicial branch. They all of the three branches have different powers but all work together for Constitution. “The accumulation of all powers, legislative, judiciary in the hands, whether of one, a few or many, and whether hereditary, self – appointed, or elective, may be justly pronounced the very definition of tyranny…. Liberty requires that the three great departments of power should be separate and distinct.” (James Madison, Federalist Papers
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