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  • Website

    What is the Trump travel ban?

    2018 - BBC

    In-text: (What is the Trump travel ban?, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: BBC News. 2018. What Is The Trump Travel Ban?. [online] Available at: <https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-39044403> [Accessed 10 September 2020].

  • Journal

    Binder, S.

    The Dysfunctional Congress

    2014 - Annual Review of Political Science

    In-text: (Binder, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Binder, S., 2014. The Dysfunctional Congress. Annual Review of Political Science, 18(1), pp.85-101.

  • Journal

    Bruff, H. H.

    The President and Congress : separation of powers in the United States of America

    2014 - Adelaide Law Review

    In-text: (Bruff, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Bruff, H., 2014. The President and Congress : separation of powers in the United States of America. Adelaide Law Review, 35(2), pp.205-223.

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    Grove, T. L.

    A (Modest) Separation of Powers Success Story

    2012 - William & Mary Law School Scholarship Repository

    In-text: (Grove, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Grove, T., 2012. A (Modest) Separation of Powers Success Story. William & Mary Law School Scholarship Repository, 1819(1), pp.1647-1672.

  • Website

    Branches of Government | house.gov

    2020

    In-text: (Branches of Government | house.gov, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: House.gov. 2020. Branches Of Government | House.Gov. [online] Available at: <https://www.house.gov/the-house-explained/branches-of-government> [Accessed 14 September 2020].

  • Journal

    Lanier, D. N. and Jones, B. M.

    The Law Public Opinion and the President’s Use of Executive Orders: The Long-Run Impact of Unilateral Powers, 1953-2012

    2018 - Presidential Studies Quarterly

    In-text: (Lanier and Jones, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Lanier, D. and Jones, B., 2018. The Law Public Opinion and the President’s Use of Executive Orders: The Long-Run Impact of Unilateral Powers, 1953-2012. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 48(4), pp.845-859.

  • Journal

    Madison, J. and Hamilton, A.

    The Federalist

    1961

    In-text: (Madison and Hamilton, 1961)

    Your Bibliography: Madison, J. and Hamilton, A., 1961. The Federalist. 51.

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    Moe, T. M. and Howell, W. G.

    Unilateral Action and Presidential Power: A Theory

    1999 - Presidential Studies Quarterly

    In-text: (Moe and Howell, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Moe, T. and Howell, W., 1999. Unilateral Action and Presidential Power: A Theory. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 29(4), pp.850-873.

  • Website

    Separation of Powers--An Overview

    2019 - National Conference of State Legislatures

    In-text: (Separation of Powers--An Overview, 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Ncsl.org. 2019. Separation Of Powers--An Overview. [online] Available at: <https://www.ncsl.org/research/about-state-legislatures/separation-of-powers-an-overview.aspx> [Accessed 5 September 2020].

  • Journal

    Pfiffner, J. P.

    Federalist No. 70: Is the President Too Powerful?

    2011 - Public Administration Review

    In-text: (Pfiffner, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: Pfiffner, J., 2011. Federalist No. 70: Is the President Too Powerful?. Public Administration Review, 71, pp.s112-s117.

  • Website

    Stid, D.

    Recovering a Madisonian Congress - A Madisonian Constitution For All

    2020

    In-text: (Stid, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: Stid, D., 2020. Recovering A Madisonian Congress - A Madisonian Constitution For All. [online] National Constitution Center. Available at: <https://constitutioncenter.org/debate/special-projects/a-madisonian-constitution-for-all/essay-series/recovering-a-madisonian-congress> [Accessed 7 September 2020].

  • Journal

    Zvesper, J.

    The Madisonian Systems

    1984 - The Western Political Quarterly

    In-text: (Zvesper, 1984)

    Your Bibliography: Zvesper, J., 1984. The Madisonian Systems. The Western Political Quarterly, 37(2), pp.236-256.

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