Political Science and the separation of powers?

By admin ~ February 26th, 2010 @ 1:42 am
I have to write an essay for my Political Science class but I’m a little unclear with what the question is asking. This is it:
Explain the concept of separation of powers in the system of the Constitution and discuss two contrasting examples, relating to contemporary issues of the relations between Congress and the Executives, one in the area of domestic politics and the other in the area of foreign policy.
The part I don’t get is about the contrasting examples. If anyone has any ideas or insight I would really appreciate it! Thank you so much!
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2 Responses to Political Science and the separation of powers?

  1. jareyn2002

    Contrasting is opposing, as in opposite views.
    con·trast (kn-trst, kntrst) KEY

    VERB:
    con·trast·ed , con·trast·ing , con·trasts
    VERB:
    tr.

    To set in opposition in order to show or emphasize differences: an essay that contrasts city and country life; contrasted this computer with inferior models.

  2. Randy R

    Have you ever wondered why people drop out of college and wind up working at McDonalds?

    What would our chair’s look like if our knees bent back the other way….

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