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Please use the data the the doctor provided from my previous outline and please

Please use the data the the doctor provided from my previous outline and please put more ofr les lefrance than i. Request but not less than 2

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read the essay by Immanuel Kant “What is Enlightenment?” After you have carefull

read the essay by Immanuel Kant “What is Enlightenment?” After you have carefully read Kant’s essay compose a two page typed double-spaced essay explaining the main points Kant touches on in his essay.
Most importantly explain what he means by “enlightenment.” Then explain what you deduce are the political consequences of this definition suggested by his essay. After you have completed your paper you may turn it in via Canvas by using the assignments tab I have created.
https://users.manchester.edu/Facstaff/SSNaragon/Online/texts/318/Kant,%20Enlightenment.pdf

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read the essay by Immanuel Kant “What is Enlightenment?” After you have carefull

read the essay by Immanuel Kant “What is Enlightenment?” After you have carefully read Kant’s essay compose a two page typed double-spaced essay explaining the main points Kant touches on in his essay.
Most importantly explain what he means by “enlightenment.” Then explain what you deduce are the political consequences of this definition suggested by his essay. After you have completed your paper you may turn it in via Canvas by using the assignments tab I have created.
https://users.manchester.edu/Facstaff/SSNaragon/Online/texts/318/Kant,%20Enlightenment.pdf

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Module 1: * “Constitutional Interpretation the Old Fashioned Way,” Justice Anton

Module 1:
* “Constitutional Interpretation the Old Fashioned Way,” Justice Antonin Scalia’s remarks at the Wood Wilson International Center for Scholars, March 14, 2005.
* “Speech at the Text and Teaching Symposium,” William Brennan, 1985 (saved as a PDF under “Files”).
* How to Read a Legal Opinion: A Guide For New Law Students, by Orin S. Kerr.
Watch:
* A Conversation on the Constitution with Justice Stephen Breyer and Antonin Scalia: Judicial Interpretation.
Module 2:
Read or Listen to:
* Make No Law: The First Amendment Podcast
* “Fire in a Crowded Theater” (June 28, 2018).
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* National Socialist Party of America v. Village of Skokie, 432 U.S. 43 (1977).
* “The Skokie Case: How I Came to Represent the Free Speech Rights of Nazis,” David Goldberger, March 2, 2020.
* “Once a Bastion of Free Speech, the A.C.L.U Faces an Identity Crisis,” The New York Times, Michael Powell.
* “A First Amendment for Australia,” The New York Times, Gabriel Sassoon.
* “Is the First Amendment too broad? The case for regulating hate speech in America,” NBC News, Noah Berlatsky.
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* Read or Listen to:
* Make No Law: The First Amendment Podcast
* “The Schoolhouse Gates” (January 31, 2018).
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* Make No Law: The First Amendment Podcast
* “The F-Bomb” (November 29, 2018).
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Module 3:
Listen to or read:
* “The Asian-Americans Suing Harvard, and the Man Behind the Case,” The Daily, August 4, 2017.
* “Why the Supreme Court Might End Affirmative Action,” The Daily, November 3, 2022.

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What impact can that power have on the other two branches of government in particular and on American society in general?

Reference: https://openstax.org/books/american-government/pages/1-introduction Answer each question as completely as possible. Be sure to proofread your work carefully for correct spelling, grammar, and usage. Creative thinking and your own wording are important aspects of an effective answer. Do not merely copy sentences or paragraphs from the readings. However, you should use ideas from the readings if they support your answer. When you do, be sure to acknowledge the source of the quotation or paraphrase. 1. In order for a court to hear a case, it must have jurisdiction. What is jurisdiction? Distinguish between original jurisdiction and appellate jurisdiction. 2. How does a case come to be heard by the Supreme Court? Describe how cases are selected. 3. After a case has been decided, the Court issues its ruling. Distinguish between the terms decision and opinion. Then, define the following terms: majority opinion, concurring opinion, dissenting opinion. Who writes the opinions? 4. Briefly describe U.S. district courts and U.S. courts of appeals and discuss the importance of state courts. 5. Justices are nominated to the federal court system by the president and confirmed (or rejected) by the Senate. What considerations go into a president’s choice of Supreme Court nominees? 6. Besides the Constitution, consider the statutory and administrative influences on the Court and its decisions. How does the Court shape public policy? 7. Distinguish between criminal law and civil law cases. Give examples. 8. Marbury v. Madison (1803) is the case most closely associated with judicial review. Define judicial review. What impact can that power have on the other two branches of government in particular and on American society in general? Is the power specified in the Constitution? 9. Judicial restraint and judicial activism are the terms that describe the degree to which justices defer to precedent and elected officials. Define these two terms. Which practice considers the Constitution a living document or a static document, and why? 10. Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka (1954) produced a landmark decision that dramatically changed American society. Using this case or another landmark case as an example, discuss how Supreme Court decisions can affect everyday American life.

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Generally, what is your personal view on the role of the United States in the world?

1).Find one news article, from July (as new as possible) relating to current foreign policy/foreign relations and the involvement of the United States. 2).Provide the link to your news article and explain what the article is about. Explain why this topic or event is important. 3).Who are the nations and leaders involved? What is the involvement of U.S. leaders, and what are they stating? 4).Generally, what is your personal view on the role of the United States in the world? What has influenced your perspective? 5).Provide any additional helpful links (on the history/background of this issue, for instance). Feel free to discuss historical and current allies of the United States and related political ideologies of the relevant world leaders.

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What tactics and methods do they use to influence policy?

*****INSTRUCTIONS: THIS IS A DISCUSSION POST*****
Select an issue that’s important in America today and choose an interest group that has taken on that issue. What tactics and methods do they use to influence policy?
Make sure to include a news article from the last eight weeks of this group in action. Do not get sidetracked in discussions about the issue they support. Stay focused on their tactics and methods. Be sure to apply concepts from the textbook and/or weekly content.

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Do you think some of your writers could handle this project?

I am required to expand on the existing manuscriipt by adding a couple of new chapters. I have an outline of the new chapters prepared and identified some source materials, too. The new chapters are expected to provide context for the existing chapters which are focused on the state and religion relations in Japan. The new chapter should provide examples of other regions of the world so that it provides context for the argument specific to Japan. So, I would like to find a writer with expertise in political science and state-and-church/religion relations. In terms of the quality of the writing, it should be publishable in the academic community, including in the form of an academic book. I could share the content of the existing chapters and the outline of the new chapters. Do you think some of your writers could handle this project?

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What does Chinese media say about the United States’ gun policies?

For this assignment, you will write a 5-6 page term paper, MLA or APA style. You are to answer the following three questions and explain the open-source investigative processes you used to answer them:
1. What industries are Iranian investors interested in within South America?
2. What differences are there in headline news within Russia’s RT websites in Russian, English, and Spanish? (Make sure you compare on the same day)
3. What does Chinese media say about the United States’ gun policies?

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Why do YOU find this particular topic interesting?

Learning Goal: I’m working on a political science multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
For our small groups class DISCUSSION, you will post based on the prompt below, then you will read two other students posts on TOPICS DIFFERENT from yours and post with MEANINGFUL responses. This will help us discover the interests of our course community.
Choose any of the following topics to find Factual articles/webpages and submit your post based on the following guidelines:
Genocide of Indigenous People This is continuing today in the United States and across the world!
Black people stolen from Africa and enslavedSlavery is still happening on may different levels, from directly like what’s happening to harvest Cacoa, Cashews, Coltan, Gold, Diamonds, etc., to the less obvious enslavement like what you learned in the propaganda of stuff
SegregationGerrymandering or Lack of access. BIPOC are still regularly stopped by police for not being in the “right place”. Voter ID laws.
Redlining of neighborhoods to perpetuate segregation under false pretenseIf we look at the where Disease Clusters are most proponent, we see a clear divide that still exists today though Redlining was outlawed through Fair Housing Act of 1968. If you are interested, check out the Health Disparities across the U.S. map. (Links to an external site.)
Prohibition of illicit drugsAlthough rates of drug use and sales are similar across racial and ethnic lines, Black and Latino people are far more likely to be criminalized than white people, due to the War on Drugs leading to mass incarceration.
Racial Profiling, illegal search and seizure and prison sentences of Black and Latino peopleIt occurs every day, in cities and towns across the country, when law enforcement and private security target people of color for humiliating and often frightening detentions, interrogations, and searches without evidence of criminal activity and based on perceived race, ethnicity, national origin, or religion.
Disproportionate access to healthcare, food and green spaceBIPOC have lower wages and/or jobs that don’t offer healthcare, live is Food Deserts, and their cities lack trees and green spaces limiting access to nature and shade
Disproportionate death rates during CoViD-19 of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color)The numbers are alarming! What are the reasons for a higher likelihood of death from CoViD-19 based on the color of skin? It is outrageous!
I know. Every single one of the above topics are maddening and you want to address all of them! For this assignment, focus on one. For life, address them all!! First Post: Due July 22nd
Read your chosen article/webpage, Copy the prompts, Respond in a different font, then post in the Reply window for the following:
TOPIC (1pt) Title (1pt) & Date (1pt):
Is the title sensationalized (i.e. an attention grabber) or straight to the point (i.e. honest)? (1pt)
How can you tell if this material is Factual versus Misinformation/Conspiracy/Opinion based? Site evidence.(2pt)
Is the article supported by Data? Yes/No and in what way. Explain (2pts)?
Why do YOU find this particular topic interesting? (no right or wrong reason(s))(2pts)
Summarize the article/webpage in 150 or more of your own words (5pts):
Include the Link or if it’s on paper, post a picture of the article so we can read it (2pt).
And most important: SUGGEST A MEANINGFUL SOLUTION of at least 50 words. (5pts). We simply can’t go on like this. Please be very thoughtful and realistic. Don’t just say make a law.