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The United States was founded on the principle that the people would control the government and the government would protect the people. There are three pillars of government: The legislative, executive and judicial branches. Each provides a check and balance to the other.

On top of that, there is still a fourth estate: the media. If the government doesn’t live up to the people, members of the press are supposed to be there to call it out. Journalism is about digging for the truth so the public can make the right choices when it comes to the government.

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