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Why would the framers want Congress to be more powerful than the executive branch? a. because it was in control of making laws b. because it was smaller than the judicial branch c. because it is the
biggest branch and divided power amongst the most amount of people d. because it deals with the foreign heads of state
Because it is the biggest branch divided power amongst the most amount of people.
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