What are the branches of the central (federal) government?

The federal (central) government consists of three branches.

The federal (central) government consists of three branches: the legislative branch (congress, senate) proposes and makes laws; the executive branch (president) carries out and executes those laws; the judicial branch (supreme court) judges legal cases according to the law.

Capitalism FAQ

Intellectually “chew” the ideas brought up in the tour by exploring the Capitalism FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).

 

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