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Chapter 4. The Court and the Powers of Congress
Chapter 4. The court and the powers of congress

The new government created by the Constitution included an executive to carry out the laws and a judiciary to resolve conflicts, but the legislature—Congress—was the heart of the new democracy. The House of Representatives was the only part of the federal government originally elected by the people. Not unexpectedly then, it was to Congress ...

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