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  • Website

    Separation of powers on display in America

    2017 - CEFA

    In-text: (Separation of powers on display in America, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Constitution Education Fund Australia. 2017. Separation Of Powers On Display In America. [online] Available at: <http://www.cefa.org.au/ccf/separation-powers-display-america> [Accessed 2 September 2020].

  • Website

    Dallek, R.

    Power and the Presidency, From Kennedy to Obama

    2011 - Smithsonian Magazine

    In-text: (Dallek, 2011)

    Your Bibliography: Dallek, R., 2011. Power And The Presidency, From Kennedy To Obama. [online] Smithsonian Magazine. Available at: <https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/power-and-the-presidency-from-kennedy-to-obama-75335897/> [Accessed 1 September 2020].

  • Website

    Bill of Rights Institute

    2020 - Bill of Rights Institute

    In-text: (Bill of Rights Institute, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: Docsoffreedom.org. 2020. Bill Of Rights Institute. [online] Available at: <https://www.docsoffreedom.org/student/readings/separation-of-powers-with-checks-and-balances> [Accessed 1 September 2020].

  • Book

    Duncan, R. and Goddard, J.

    Contemporary America

    2013 - Palgrave Macmillan - Houndmills (Basingstoke, Hampshire)

    In-text: (Duncan and Goddard, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Duncan, R. and Goddard, J., 2013. Contemporary America. 3rd ed. Houndmills (Basingstoke, Hampshire): Palgrave Macmillan, pp.82-102.

  • Website

    GRAMLICH, J.

    Trump has shaped Supreme Court – and many other federal appeals courts

    2020 - Pew Research Center

    In-text: (GRAMLICH, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: GRAMLICH, J., 2020. Trump Has Shaped Supreme Court – And Many Other Federal Appeals Courts. [online] Pew Research Center. Available at: <https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2018/07/16/with-another-supreme-court-pick-trump-is-leaving-his-mark-on-higher-federal-courts/> [Accessed 2 September 2020].

  • Website

    GRAMLICH, J.

    Trump has shaped Supreme Court – and many other federal appeals courts

    2020 - Pew Research Center

    In-text: (GRAMLICH, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: GRAMLICH, J., 2020. Trump Has Shaped Supreme Court – And Many Other Federal Appeals Courts. [online] Pew Research Center. Available at: <https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2018/07/16/with-another-supreme-court-pick-trump-is-leaving-his-mark-on-higher-federal-courts/> [Accessed 2 September 2020].

  • Website

    Grynaviski, J.

    Congress used to pass bipartisan legislation – will it ever again?

    2019 - The Conversation

    In-text: (Grynaviski, 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Grynaviski, J., 2019. Congress Used To Pass Bipartisan Legislation – Will It Ever Again?. [online] The Conversation. Available at: <https://theconversation.com/congress-used-to-pass-bipartisan-legislation-will-it-ever-again-107134> [Accessed 1 September 2020].

  • Journal

    Kurland, P. B.

    The Rise and Fall of the "Doctrine" of Separation of Powers

    1986 - Michigan Law Review

    In-text: (Kurland, 1986)

    Your Bibliography: Kurland, P., 1986. The Rise and Fall of the "Doctrine" of Separation of Powers. Michigan Law Review, 85(3), p.592.

  • Website

    Peabody, B.

    Separation of powers: An invitation to struggle

    2020 - The Conversation

    In-text: (Peabody, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: Peabody, B., 2020. Separation Of Powers: An Invitation To Struggle. [online] The Conversation. Available at: <https://theconversation.com/separation-of-powers-an-invitation-to-struggle-110476> [Accessed 1 September 2020].

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    Wehle, K.

    Congress Has Lost Its Power Over Trump

    2020 - The Atlantic

    In-text: (Wehle, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: Wehle, K., 2020. Congress Has Lost Its Power Over Trump. [online] The Atlantic. Available at: <https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/02/checks-and-balances-trump-has-swept-away/606013/> [Accessed 2 September 2020].

  • Journal

    Zvesper, J.

    The Separation of Powers in American Politics: Why We Fail to Accentuate the Positive

    1999 - Government and Opposition

    In-text: (Zvesper, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Zvesper, J., 1999. The Separation of Powers in American Politics: Why We Fail to Accentuate the Positive. Government and Opposition, 34(1), pp.3-23.

  • Journal

    Zvesper, J.

    The Separation of Powers in American Politics: Why We Fail to Accentuate the Positive

    1999 - Government and Opposition

    In-text: (Zvesper, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Zvesper, J., 1999. The Separation of Powers in American Politics: Why We Fail to Accentuate the Positive. Government and Opposition, 34(1), pp.3-23.

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