Should the underlying concepts of the 1787 Great Compromise be honored?
With respect to presidential elections, the 1787 Great Compromise has set basic principles of the structure of the executive power in the U.S., which were considered in Chapter 1.These principles reflect the underlying concepts of the Presidency, which have remained unchanged ever since.
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