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Why was the system of checks and balances included in the Constitution? to prevent one branch of the government from becoming too powerful, to keep the President of the United States from vetoing legislation, to slow down the process of government so it doesn't move too fast,
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The system of checks and balances was included in the Constitution to prevent one branch of the government from becoming too powerful.
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The system of checks and balances was included in the Constitution to prevent one branch of the government from becoming too powerful.
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