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This opinion piece, written Robert Kagan, explores the idea of a congressional take-over of executive power to create a so called congressional government. To defend the merits of this concept, Kagan points to historical instances of congressional take-overs, as well as modern examples, such as the Russian Sanctions. This sort of action may be at least as concievable as impeachment, as it would require less congressional support.

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