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American Government Oct 27, 2021Your research paper is due Wednesday, Dec 1! This paper is an opportunity to reflect on the topics and themes from our covered textbook chapters and do some investigating. I want to know what you think. I have provided writing prompts; you must choose from one of the following below or send me a paper topic of your choice for approval. Papers must be 4 pages in length (double spaced, not including your mandatory reference page/works cited) with at least 5 cited sources from an academic journal – which can be found using your MyMemphis online library- or reputable news outlet. Be sure to include a references page at the end of your paper. Don’t plagiarize i.e. copy and paste; it’s lame and I’ll know if you do – we have the technology! If you do not know how to properly cite sources, ask me! And that iswhat your first draft is for. Show me what you got!1.Argue in favor or opposition of our Federalist system of government. You might explain how ourdemocratic republic differs from a parliamentary system or other democratic models using examples from around the world. – Would we be better off rearranging how our Constitution establishes representation in Washington? – Why should federal authority get to overrule state’s rights to do as they please? – Are we a union or fifty different nations with competing interests? Consider these questions.2.Make an argument concerning the interplay between civil liberties and civil rights. – Remember positive and negative freedom. Think about our freedoms (speech, religion, assembly, privacy) and think about how these are protected. – Use some historical cases that helped shape our current understanding of individual rights.- Think of what we can and cannot say in public, the workplace, or even online. – Increasingly, are we stifling free speech when we shut down a hate monger or a racist? – Is justice more important than freedom?3.Discuss how religion affects our politics. -Are we simultaneously a secular and Christian nation? -How is faith deployed as a tool in our national political dialogue? -Do you think that religious values influence our morality as a nation or is the absolute separation of church and state fundamental to our way of life in America?-Can you think of conflicts that arise in the intersection of “religious freedom” and civil rights?4.Equality is one of the big 7 American ideas from chapter one – explore this notion. -Is equality fundamental to a healthy democracy? If so, why are we so unequal economically in the U.S.? -If money influences political outcomes, then explain who our representatives are acting in the interest of. -Does everyone in America have a fair shot at economic success if the starting line is so disproportionate across our demographics? And what is this notion of “success”? Life? Liberty? Comfort? Safety?

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a Political Science GRADUATE to do an exam for me. The exam is very difficult for someone who is not a political science major graduate. Please be advised that I will not release the payment if you got less than 90 percent, and I will give you a bonus if you get 100 percent. I have a Political Science (Terrorism) exam that is due within the next 24 hours. There are about 40 questions, and a time limit of 70 minutes (1 hour and 10 minutes). You will have all material provided online so you can pre-study for the exam.

Political Science (Terrorism) Exam, 40 questions, Time Limit 70 minutes (1 hour and 10 minutes). I will be uploading a Google Doc for more instructions once I choose a candidate. Here are the topics that are included on the exam: #1 – Introduction to Counterterrorism. – Introduction to Tactics and Strategy. #2 – Targeting States. – Targeting Groups: War. #3 – Crime Analogy (Domestic Crime) #4 – International Crime. – Disease Analogy. – Dispute Analogy. – Media[supanova_question]

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American GovernmentT Political Science Assignment Help Discussion Questions in the Discussion Board.
Can you write 100-200 words each,
1. Your company wants to build a new factory where historic homes already exist. Explain the steps of the Federal Preservation Process that you would follow.
2. What does NIMBY stand for? You’ll have to do a little research…
3. Describe the purpose of RCRA.
4. Explain how medical waste is regulated. How has this been affected by the Coronavirus outbreak?
5. Describe the nonhazardous solid waste and household garbage disposal process.
6. Describe how hazardous waste is regulated and explain the disposal process.
7. What did you think about the Frontline film Plastic Wars?
8. What else went wrong with the water in Flint, Michigan?…
Cite the sources you use for your discussion board posts either at the end of each item or use an in-text citation there and make a bibliography at the end of your post. This is a good habit to develop. Your boss will thank you someday for including the validating sources with your information. You want your reader to be able to find the sources and read more about it. For these Discussion Boards, practice citing your sources in APA format. If it is an online source, also add the URL and the date retrieved. My example is for the APA guide page you can use to build citations:
Paiz, J.M., Angeli, E., Wagner, J., Lawrick, E., Moore, K.,
Anderson, M., …Keck, R. (2015, March 27). Reference
list: Electronic sources (web publications). Purdue
OWL. Retrieved from:…
This is my own best guess for how to cite this particular web page, but the example as well as the page itself, should help you to sort out how to set up your citations. Note that the APA format for references is a hanging indent (the first line is at the left margin, while the remaining lines are indented. Sort of a reverse paragraph indention where only the first line is indented. Blackboard is not very friendly for hanging indentions. You will probably have to add a hard return(enter) at the end of what you want to be the first line, then use the indent icon to move the next line over. You’ll have to repeat the hard return and Indent for each additional line. Annoying, but it works. The only time you can use just a web address for a source is when you are referring to the entire site. There is typically at least a title for you to use in your citation.
8. Remember to constructively comment/provide peer-review on at least one classmate’s post in 50 words. What further questions do you have? How might you further develop your classmate’s post? Looking for constructive comments that add to the analysis.

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Politics project

Follow the steps to complete your journal response assignment for Module 5.
Module Focus: Consider the role of the Politics on the environment
Find one article from each of the approved columns of sources that discuss your topic and the module focus. You will want one article from a liberal learning source and another article from a conservative learning source. Ideally, these articles will be discussing similar topics.
Approved Liberal Leaning SourcesApproved Conservative Leaning SourcesABC
The Washington Post
The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
Fox News
The Washington Times
New York Post
The Federalist
News Max
Daily Caller
Add to the document you have been using for each journal response and upload the newest version as your assignment for this module.
Journal Response Assignment:Provide the name of each article that relates to the module focus: Consider the role of the Politicson the topic you selected.
Include a citation for each article.
In a 250 – 300 word summary, address the following:How does each article relate to the module focus?Provide a word summary of the key points.

Compare and contrast the liberal media viewpoint vs. the conservative media viewpoint.
What do you agree with? What do you disagree with?

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