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Unformatted text preview: which is made up of the President is in charge of executing the instructions of congress and has the power to veto legislation. The Judicial branch is the system of courts which administer justice and there major responsibility is to interpret the law. Last but not least you have the legislative branch which consists of congress and their main job is to make and amend laws. These three branches work hand in hand to make sure no one branch is deciding everything. The judiciary acts as a skilled overseer to guarantee that the laws of the Legislative Branch are being carried out. While the executive branch works to protect and defend the laws made by the legislative branch. This dynamic system has allowed the United States of America to operate as democracy and one of the most powerful nations in the entire world....
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- Spring '07