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1 August, 05:11

The framers of the Constitution feared:

1. any executive would be rejected by the states.

2. the executive office would become a puppet for Congress.

3. the office of the president might become too powerful.

4. they had not given the presidential office enough power.

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  1. 1 August, 06:43
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    3. The office of the president might become too powerful.

    Explanation:

    The framers of the Constitution intended Congress to be the most powerful branch, not the executive. They feared that the executive might become too powerful by the excessive use of executive powers or orders.

    This fear has become a reality because presidents have become more and more powerful each decade. For example, Congress has not formally declared war since 1941, but all presidents ever since have made use of their executive power to launch military interventions around the world (Korea, Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria).
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