Too much Fragmentation
Power can be used to offset power causing gridlocks to occur in government activity. This principle is still appropriate today, if not more so than it was two centuries ago. In today’s society many individuals do not like the amount of power the government has; though gridlock occurs far more often than the people support causing major issues to become large road blocks. Perhaps having the branches separated or having republicans control the House of Representatives and mostly Democrats controlling the senate has caused these standstills of today. Two centuries ago, fear of a large g...