Discussion 4 – The doctrine of separation of powers

American Federal Government Disc 4

Discussion 4

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This discussion aligns with Learning Outcomes 1–5.

Direction

The doctrine of separation of powers is integral to America’s system of governance. To this end, many have pointed to the growth of the federal bureaucracy as a direct affront to this constitutional provision, as agencies in the bureaucracy make and execute laws, as well as issue rulings in the same way that the three branches of government do within their respective spheres of influence. To this end, the federal bureaucracy has been deemed an unaccountable, fourth branch of government. With this in mind,

Select one of the bureaucratic agencies (cabinet departments or independent agency/regulatory boards and commissions) from Official US Executive Branch Web Sites

(https://www.loc.gov/rr/news/fedgov.html) .

Next, identify the function of your chosen agency. Does it function include executive, legislative, or judicial powers.

 

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Finally, make an assessment of your selected agency: Does its function violate the doctrine of the separation of powers. Why or why not?

Be sure to properly cite your sources from the reading as well as any others used. Sources should cited using APA 6 edition style and format.

Submission

Our discussions are a valuable opportunity to have thoughtful conversations regarding a specific topic. You are required to provide a comprehensive initial post with 3-4 well-developed paragraphs that include a topic

sentence and at least 3-5 supporting sentences with additional details, explanations, and examples. In addition, you are required to respond substantively to the initial posts of at least two other classmates on two different days. All posts should be reflective and well written, meaning free of errors in grammar, sentence structure, and other mechanics.

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