Arguments For Meaning: Pros And Cons

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|very much, and have made the U.S the strongest, most prosperous |
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|Political machines make it very difficult to remove incumbents from |The founding fathers established a system of checks and balances that |
|office. |deliberately made it difficult to remove officeholders such as judges

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