Separation of powers among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches is an embedded principle of the U.S.

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Separation of powers among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches is an embedded principle of the U.S. Constitution, which explicitly lays out the powers of each branch. Identify an explicit power that currently belongs to Congress that you would give to the president, and an explicit power that currently belongs to the president that you would give to Congress.  Be sure to explain the basis for your choices, and how they would produce a more efficient and responsive federal government.

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