Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies report and need support to help

Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies report and need support to help me learn.
GENERAL GUIDELINES:
This is an open-book, open-note reflection.
You have the entirety of the final module to complete this reflection.
Please take the time and effort to do your best on this reflection as you are afforded the aid of your readings, notes, and lectures.
I will grade these carefully and I appreciate your responses.
Read instructions carefully (especially where you are asked to cite sources from the course).
See rubric below for how you will be graded.
**You may use whatever citation style you like, just be consistent throughout the reflection. You can find citation support and resources here. (Links to an external site.)**
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I attached the rubric below and instructions related to the final reflection below. Checkout final reflection docx explaining everything in there. This is worth 60% of grade, I need to 100% on it!

Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies project and need an explanation

Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies project and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Part 1:The first 10 amendments to the United States of America constitution are called the Bill of Rights. It was supposed to guarantee civil rights and liberties for everyone. Using the information presented in this class and the historical knowledge of the Black Community and other marginalized groups, how would you rewrite the Bill of Rights? The Amendment must have the following:1. Amendment number. (The Fifth Amendment)2. The definition of the amendment. andAn example of the current amendment.3. Your rewrite of the amendment. andAn example of your rewrite.4. Provide your reasoning and explanation of the rewrite.This section of must be between 200 and 300 words. At least 2 APA intext citations that support your reasoning/explanation. 5. The last slide should be the Reference page. (APA Format) (if you do not have this slide, points will be deducted). Part 2: Answer the following questions in 200 to 300 words:What did you learn from this project?What did you find most difficult about rewriting the Bill of Rights? Why?What other amendment outside the bill of rights would you change? Why?What did you learn from this course?

Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies question and need guidance to h

Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies question and need guidance to help me learn.very easy first week of the semester assignment if need anything let me know probably the easiest assignmentDownload and review https://deanza.instructure.com/courses/23943/files/6505269?wrap=1 Go to https://app.surveymethods.com/EndUser.aspx?AC88E4FCAEE7FCFCA6
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Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies test / quiz prep and need an ex

Learning Goal: I’m working on a american studies test / quiz prep and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.1. The fundamental argument of the Anti-Federalists against the ratification of the Constitution was that the Federalists were simply lying—they were selling a federal government of limited, and enumerated powers, and what we were getting was effectively a unitary government with few limits on what it could do. Based on what you have learned this semester, do you think the Anti-Federalists were correct or not? Do we have a government whose powers are strictly limited, or do we have a far more powerful government with very few real restrictions on their use of its power? (Note: Make sure to draw on a range of chapters in answering this question.)2. Many interest groups hold a great deal of sway in American politics even though they represent an objectively small number of citizens/voters. Indeed, as we talked about this term, most successful interests groups are relatively small (at least compared to the nation as a whole). So, how can a group that is so small (relatively speaking) play such a big role in shaping our nation’s policies? In answering this make sure to think about and touch on (at minimum): the way interest groups operate, the way we vote, and the way we structure elections and representation in the United States.3. On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, the United States held elections for the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the presidency. It saw the victorious Biden campaign flip several states into the Democratic column, but it saw the Republicans gain seats in the House and hold a tie in the Senate—in the face of projections of major Republican losses in both. Moreover, the election saw voter turnout rise significantly, to the highest level in over a century. Based on the material we looked at this semester (you do NOT needed to make use of anything outside the course), tell me two things. First, why was voter turnout so much higher in this election cycle than in generations? Second, what reasons can you give for why the results of the election seem to favor both Republicans AND Democrats? In doing this, make sure to draw upon material from both before and after the midterm.4. On paper Congress is the most powerful branch. However, in practice, this generally seems to not be the case. Please tell me a) why there is such a disconnect between the “authority” of Congress and its “power” and b) what Congress has tried to make it easier to translates its vast authority into real power.5.The Emancipation Proclamation freed roughly 3.5 million enslaved persons by presidential fiat—no mean accomplishment, even if it only did so on paper. While this is obviously an example of presidential ability, as we talked about in lecture it also shows the somewhat limited nature of presidential power. Keeping that in mind and thinking about our discussion of executive authority in Chapter 7, please explain to me a) the basis of Lincoln’s claim to the authority to order the freeing of millions of persons, and b) how this basis shows the potential weakness of most significant unitary actions by presidents.6. THIS IS YOUR EXTRA CREDIT QUESTION!At the confirmation hearing for Justice Neil Gorsuch, most of the questions were far from hard hitting. Indeed, one of the questions was rather ridiculous and is the basis of your extra credit for this exam. Answer the following question the was posed to Justice Gorsuch by Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ), keeping in mind that the more interesting your response the greater the amount of extra credit you will receive:Would you rather fight 100 duck sized horses or 1 horse sized duck? Explain.As you answer these questions bear two things in mind. First, I am not grading you on if the answer is ‘correct’. Rather, I am grading you by how clearly you articulate an answer that convinces me it is correct through the use of evidence and clear writing. You can thus answer in any way you please, provided that your answer proves itself correct.
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