Constitutional limits

how the Constitution limits the power of the government

How the constitution limits the government

the constitution limits the government in many ways like the branches using the checks and balances and just the separation of powers in general. the federalist and the anti federalist came up with how the government is now they made it equal in power so it work out. the branches use checks and balances to make sure everything is balanced. the legislative branch makes the laws and it goes through a process and every branch has a part. the judicial branch can say if the law is unconstitutional and the executive can veto the law. the legislative branch can impeach a president does something bad but that doesn't really have to do with the process and the legislative branch can propose the judicial branch.

And that is how the constitution limits the power of the government.