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Tutor profile: Troi D.

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Subject: US Government and Politics

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What is the separation of powers and how does it affect each branch of government?

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Answer:

The separation of powers is a system of shared powers highlighted in the Constitution. It is commonly known as Checks and Balances as each branch of government has a constitutional right to check other branches and balance the power within each branch to ensure equality and fairness. Most of all, to protect constituents from any branch exercising too much power. The legislative branch balances the executive branch by removing certain powers such as declaring war. The Judicial branch balances the Legislative branch by having the ability to declare laws unconstitutional. Lastly, the Executive branch balances the Judicial branch by nominating Supreme Court justices.

Subject: Political Science

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How did the Enlightenment Movement impact the adoption of the Constitution, Bill of Rights and Declaration of Independence?

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All of these documents were inspired by the innovators of the Enlightenment era. Some of these thinkers include John Locke, Voltaire, Rousseau, Diderot, and Montesquieu. The most notable of these innovators was John Locke. He is commonly known as the father of liberalism and his thoughts on natural rights largely influenced the Bill of Rights as it is reflected in the Constitution.

Subject: International Relations

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How does the current situation in Venezuela affect U.S. foreign policy?

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The inflation of oil prices in Venezuela has caused international oil prices to fall within stock markets that have a negative impact on America's economy. Furthermore, the illegal election of President Maduro does not align with the United States interest to have the country represented by a democratic regime. Therefore, it supports Juan Guaido's movement to transition him out of power.

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