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Saying “Federal Government” doesn’t mean “all three branches” – any one body acts as it



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Saying “Federal Government” doesn’t mean “all three branches” – any one body acts as it


Chicago 7 (University of Chicago Manual of Style, “Capitalization, Titles”, http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/CMS_FAQ/CapitalizationTitles/CapitalizationTitles30.html)
Q. When I refer to the government of the United States in text, should it be U.S. Federal Government or U.S. federal government? A.The government of the United States is not a single official entity. Nor is it when it is referred to as the federal government or the U.S. government or the U.S. federal government. It’s just a government, which, like those in all countries, has some official bodies that act and operate in the name of government: the Congress, the Senate, the Department of State, etc.





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