United States History prior to 1877

Journal1 (TOTAL 1200 WORDS – 10 ENTRIES 120 WORDS EACH)

Do 10 separate journal entries use chapters 1-8 from this textbook. Write on anything you want as long as its 120 words

· Each entry should pertain to United States History prior to 1877.

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Journal 2 – (TOTAL 1200 WORDS – 10 ENTRIES 120 WORDS EACH)

Do 10 separate journal entries use chapters 9-15 from this textbook. Write on anything you want as long as its 120 words

 

750 Words, MLA No plagiarism – TWO DIFFERENT PAPERS FOR TWO DIFFERENT STUDENTS (1500 WORDS)

· The current Texas Constitution was designed to provide greater public control over government, effectively limiting the government’s power.  Thus, the people are given a direct say in the amendment process.  Look at the proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution from 2017, 2019, and 2021.  Choose one of these amendments to research.  In your response, you should explain the amendment process in Texas and the background of the amendment you have chosen to discuss.  What groups support or oppose the amendment and what are their arguments?  Explain which side you agree with and why.  If the amendment received a vote in an amendment election, what was the result?

 

750 Words, MLA No plagiarism – TWO DIFFERENT PAPERS FOR TWO DIFFERENT STUDENTS (1500 WORDS)

· The Founding Fathers wanted the courts to be protected from politics. In what ways was the judiciary designed to limit the role of politics? Are the courts completely immune from politics in their work? Why or why not?  What role does politics play in Supreme Court confirmation proceedings? Should there be term limits for federal judges, including Supreme Court justices?  Why or why not?

 

750 Words, MLA No plagiarism – TWO DIFFERENT PAPERS FOR TWO DIFFERENT STUDENTS (1500 WORDS)

 

· Since the national popular vote was first recorded in 1824, there have been four presidential elections where the winner of the Electoral College lost the popular vote: Donald Trump (R) in 2016, George W. Bush (R) in 2000, Benjamin Harrison (R) in 1888, and Rutherford B. Hayes (R) in 1876.  Briefly outline the function of the Electoral College and explain why the Founders felt it necessary in the first place.    What are the arguments for using the popular vote instead of the Electoral College?  According to recent public opinion polls, do Americans favor keeping or abolishing the Electoral College (identify which groups support which position)?  What are some of the current proposals for reforming the Electoral College? Do you think the Electoral College should be maintained in its current form, reformed in some way, or replaced by the national popular vote? [Hint: Pew Research is a good source for public opinion data.]

 

6900 WORDS TOTAL

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