Politics 9 mark question

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Aadam Khan
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Hey guys
I just started my second year of Government and Politics A level and I am struggling a bit on a 9 mark question. It states "Explain and Analyse three ways in which the US Constitution reflects the separation of powers. (9)" I am struggling to come up with 3 clear points to talk about for the question and what type of examples I should use. Please could you leave any suggestions on what I should do. Thanks.
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Did you ever find a strong source for examples, struggling both with the structure and finding examples myself.
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Take your three points as the three areas of power that are separated. Discuss the Executive (President), Legislature (Congress) and Judiciary, and their relationship with reference to the Constitution and constitutional arrangements. Mention power, accountability, perhaps federalism.
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