Legislative Vs. Executive Branch

Executive Branch vs. Legislative Branch
In principle, the U.S. is a democratic republic, they govern themselves by choosing their leaders by secret ballot, and these leaders in turn make the rules. Americans started “governing themselves” as a nation on July 4th, 1776, when the Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia by representatives of the thirteen British colonies in North America. That loose union of the states was replaced by the Constitution of the U.S. in 1789. This document (amended 26 times) is still the political foundation of the U.S. Being based on a written constitution, the U.S. government is committed in principle to the rule of law. To guarantee the rights of free speech, a free press, freedom of religion etc.There are three levels of government in the U.S. Local government (city/county), state government, and federal government. Here I will pay most attention to the federal government.
On September 17, 1787 39 delegates including names such as George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and James Madison, signed the Constitution of the United States.Creating a new life style for the people of that time.Among the delegates most important issues were how much power to actually allow the central government to have, how many representatives to allow in Congress.How many representatives to allow from each state and how should they be elected?Should they be elected directly by the people or by the state legislators. But how were they planning to make this system work?How would this Democracy be different from the Monarchy back in England?I will be uncovering these questions, from seperation of power, to the checks and balances system.From creating a law to passing and enforcing that law, along with the power to veto.Most importantly how do the Legislative and the Executive Branches differ in these matters.And how they work together as a checks and balances system.
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