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The following question should be answered after viewing the PBS video on gridlock. (Make sure to reference examples from the video in your answer.)

Madison’s separation of powers has worked too well in recent decades, some would say. It seems that Congresses and our Presidents are increasingly unable to find compromises to pass legislation needed by the Republic.

What do you think? Is our government in permanent gridlock? If so, is that a good or bad thing? Comment in detail.