Political science

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FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FULL CREDIT:

Your response must be typed and double spaced in a 12 font. Base your response on the
information in chapters 4 and 5, the Constitution and web research. Do not copy the questions.
Simply answer each of the numbered questions in several, well, constructed statements. Identify each
portion of each question before you answer it- (A), Q), (Q, (2). Each of the 8 questions is worth a
total of 12 points. The remaining 4 points is the use of the prescribed format in answering the
questions.

1. This is a search and seizure issue: Doris’s former boy friend breaks into her apartment and looks around
for pictures or letters indicating a new boyfriend. Instead of evidence of a new, “significant other,” he finds
drugs, which he turns over to the police.
(A) Is this search legal, Why or why not?
Q) Can this be used as evidence against her? Why or Why not?
(9 Identify Constitutional support for your position. Explain how you interpret this portion of the
Constitution to support your answer.
2. (A) The Civil War freed the slaves and several civil rights acts were passed by Congress between 1865
and 1875. Why did racial discrimination continue to fester?
(B) What triggered the era of the Civil Rights movement (protest)?
(_QHas racial discrimination been resolved today, why or why not?
(21 Are there other areas of discrimination prevalent today?
3. (A) What is affirmative action?

(B) What was its original goal or purpose? Now, Answer (I) gr; (2) below:

(1) Should it be eliminated? OR (2) Should it continue with or without modifications?

4. (A) What impact has the Brown v. Board of Education case had upon the United States?

(_B) Is diversity in higher education essential in maintaining a representative democracy in the
United States and does it encourage understanding and respect for those different from oneself?
5. Basic literacy is the foundation of all-education and a precursor to the-United States democracy having
active, involved citizens. Courts in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Texas, Kansas, California, and Michigan
have recently heard cases challenging poor public education. One of the two Michigan cases (Detroit) is
rooted in the US Constitution. Does the US. Constitution guarantee literacy for all?
LALIf yes, what and how are you interpreting it to support your position?

OR

(Bllf no, what is the bases of your interpretation of the Constitution‘s denial?
6. Does it matter that Congress does not reflect the composition of the US. Citizens? Why or why not?
Congress’ members are mostly lawyers, mostly White, mostly males. They make the rules for our society.
7. What is the difference between the First Amendment “establishment clause” and “free-exercise clause?”
8. (A)_What is the United Nations?
(B) Does your country (the subject of your research paper) belong to the United
Nation?
(C)How does your country resemble or differ from the U.S.?

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