The choice between separation of powers at the center and a parliamentary system with fused executive and legislative branches is another matter, and usually comes down to personal preferences rooted deeply in political cultures and/or the nature of the problems confronting the government. As we have noted, the US model has not found many takers in the last century of so, and is often looked down upon as an inefficient, 18th century system overmatched by 21st century problems.
So what do you think in a purely theoretical fashion, since the Constitution is an icon beyond being touched - if the US were to write a constitution today, do you think we would still choose, or should choose a checks and balances, separation of powers system? Why or why not?
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