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nder our nation’s pre-1789 authorities, a single legislative department managed to choose the suitable army commander for the American War of Independence and with him defeated essentially the most highly effective nation on earth to obtain full political independence. No president wanted. When Alexander Hamilton was requested about the issue of that American authorities, he didn’t consider a necessity for an government: “The fundamental defect is a want of power in Congress,” he stated.
Imagine if he may see it now. Congress has merely surrendered to the president a few of its most necessary powers. Or, extra troubling, it has given over …