Who knew? The executive branch of our federal government is mammoth. You’ve got to read this!
Remember your high school Civics class? To avoid confusion with Honda Civics, nowadays they usually call it “American Government.” In that class, we learned that during the Constitutional Convention of 1787, Articles I, II, and III of the United States Constitution established three branches of government: The Legislative Branch, the Executive Branch, and the Judicial Branch.
Perhaps, if your teacher was really sharp, you were also taught that the Judicial branch’s power was initially perceived as
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