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"The individual can be free only when the power of one governmental branch is balanced by the other two"
Baron de Montesquieu, 1735
This idea is best illustrated by which aspect of the US government?

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    It's illustrated by the balance of powers between the Executive (President), Legislative (Congress), and Judicial (Supreme Court) branches.

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