No one is perfect. Every person, no matter how hard he tries not to, will make mistakes in judgment. This is just the nature of being human. Realizing the fallibility of human beings, the Founding lea

No one is perfect. Every person, no matter how hard he tries not to, will make mistakes in judgment. This is just the nature of being human. Realizing the fallibility of human beings, the Founding leaders of this nation set into place a series of checks and balances to make sure one part of government did not gain too much control. They wanted to make sure one person (president) did not become a dictator. They attempted to prevent a legislative body (Congress) from making rules that did not have the best interests of ordinary citizens in mind. Finally, they did not want a judicial system (the courts) to have the power to incarcerate people without just cause. The checks and balances system found in America’s Constitution was designed to make sure all three branches of government worked together smoothly and efficiently without granting one too much power. However, in America’s history, there have been times when one branch became decidedly stronger for a period of time and the balance was nearly upset. In today’s project, take some time to become more familiar with the Constitution’s checks and balances.rite a short essay of at least 300 words about a meaningful experience. You may describe a moment of happiness, sadness, inspiration, or change. You will give this report orally. Decide how you will express the significance of your personal experience. Use one of the following modes: narration, description, exposition, or persuasion. Include broader themes which compare to your experience and beliefs about life. Maintain a balance between describing individual events and how they relate to more general and abstract ideas.