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Chapter 8

SEPARATION OF POWERS

A prior Chapter (supra, p. 15) summarized the general boundaries of the powers of the three federal branches. Here, we examine closely certain conflicts between branches, especially between the Executive and Legislative Branches. Here are the most important concepts in this Chapter:

  •   President/Congress boundary line: Many separation-of-powers conflicts involve the boundary line between the President (Executive Branch) and Congress (Legislative Branch). Here are some of the more important principles concerning this boundary line:
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