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Based on the American “constitution,” which internal and external stakeholders, in the policy making process, possess “constitutional legitimacy” for their role in making public policy? Do entities with explicit power have more influence than those entities with implied powers in making public policy? Should they? Why or why not?The Constitution of the United States of America gives Congress legislative authorization and appropriation authority. Further stated is that it defines the Presidents responsibility to, “faithfullyexecute the laws (Milakovich & Gordon, 2013).” What the US Constitution does not specifically described is the area of public administration and management.The US Constitution does explain the process by which public policy is made and implemented. Internal stakeholders include (Milakovich & Gordon, 2013):• Legislative branch (Congress/state legislators) making the laws• Executive branch (President/governors) charged with enforcing the laws