US Government Essays

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•Sources are listed in two places.

The first, a citation, is briefly listed within your answer. This includes identifying information that directs the reader to your list of references at the end of your writing assignment.

The second, a reference, is at the end of your work in the list of references section.

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GED 132- US Government

American Government: Institutions and Policies
James Q. Wilson, John J. Dilulio, Jr., Meena Bose, 2016
Cengage Learning
ISBN.13: 978-1-305-10900-1

Select one essay to write from each of the UNITS below

UNIT #1

Please answer ONE of the following:

Politics produces both cost and bene ts. Explain the four types of politics, who bene ts and who pays.
Identify the primary features of the Virginia Plan, discuss the stalemate between the small states and the large states, and how the Great Compromise helped give us the Congress that we have today.
Compare and contrast the governmental structure of the United States and the nations with a unitary government.
UNIT #2

Please answer ONE of the following:

Examine the term “selective incorporation” and which parts of the Bill of Rights do not apply to the states.
Analyze the factors that are considered in gender discrimination cases speci cally as a result of a 1971 case regarding the administration of estates.
Assess the ways that American parties differ from their European counterparts.
UNIT #3

Please answer ONE of the following:

Examine some of the laws created to restrict certain people from voting and the changes that have been made to repeal those restrictions.
Analyze the important positions in the Senate and explain where the real leadership is found.
Examine what is meant by the term government-by-proxy, how it was used during Hurricane Katrina, and some of the pros and cons of this system.
UNIT #4

Please answer ONE of the following:

Examine how Medicaid involves both client and majoritarian politics.
Identify and discuss the four foreign policy worldviews discussed in chapter 14.
Analyze some of the primary features of the Old System of American politics.

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