Proposal for Deciding Separation of Powers Cases in Nebraska, A
INTRODUCTION|The American theory of government recognizes that sovereign power is not homogeneous. It is divisible, rather, into at least three forms. First is legislative power, the power to make policy and set standards for society at large. Second is executive power, the power to assure the observance of those standards by the governed. Third is judicial power, the power to determine in individual circumstances whether compliance with standards has been accomplished. Judicial power also is the power to announce what the standard is, that is, to interpret the law...
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