The Separation of Powers in United States of America: Past and Present
The American version of the separation of powers was designed to prevent tyranny (i.e., capricious, arbitrary rule) and to ensure the rule of law by preventing the concentration of all powers in any one branch. That legislators, as well as their family and friends, would be subject to the impartial...
Universidad de Oviedo: Area de Derecho Constitucional
|Source:||Historia constitucional: Revista Electrónica de Historia Constitucional, ISSN 1576-4729, Nº. 10, 2009, pags. 263-295|
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