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The Framers wanted separation of powers for the following reasons except for: (Points : 1) No one form of government could be trusted. Too much power in the hands of one can lead to
corruption. They assumed that one branch would encroach upon the rights of the other branches and the liberty of the people. They were fearful that a king would not want to be restrained.
They assumed that one branch would encroach upon the rights of the other branches and the liberty of the people.
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They were fearful that a King would not want to be restrained. The answer can be found in the section “The U.S. Constitution Institutionalizes American Values.”

This is Wrong! They assumed that one branch would encroach upon the rights of the other branches and the liberty of the people. This is Wrong
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