Student’s Name Course Instructor Institution Date due The Branches of Government McNeese (18) establishes that the United States constitution and subsequent Constitutional Article established that there are three critical arms or branches of the Federal Government. Each of these branches operates differently but with a special emphasis of coordination of the States and ensuring proper functionality of the institutions in the United States. These admitted to the bar after qualification. The reason for no election for this arm is because the qualified and judges fit to hold offices are a few and work to retirement death impeachment or resignation. Works Cited Top of Form McNeese Tim. The U.s. Constitution. St. Louis Mo: Milliken Pub 2001. Print. Bottom of Form Trethan Phaedra. "The Three Branches of US Government." ThoughtCo 3 Mar. 2017 www.thoughtco.com/three-branches-of-us-government-3322387 [...]
List the three major institutions (branches) established by the Constitution and the corresponding Constitutional Article that explains how each branch is to function. Which branch is not subject to elections? Explain why not according to the text.