** All CLASS READINGS ARE IN FILE****NOTE: This exam is not cooperative. You may not talk with each other or work together. You may reach out to me at any point for support or with questions. It is open book and open notes as explained below but is meant to be done individually.**This final exam is meant to take the full two hour exam period to complete so keep that in mind, particularly if you have accommodations such as time and a half for exams. We will not meet in class for the exam on Friday, May 14th but the exam will be due by the end of that exam block, i.e. at 2pm on May 14th. LATE EXAMS WILL LOSE POINTS SO PLEASE TURN THE EXAM IN BY THE DEADLINE.Please answer all three of the following questions. RELIGIOUS ESTABLISHMENT: In 1952, Congress passed a law dictating that the President would sign a declaration each year naming the first Thursday in May a National Day of Prayer. Though such a practice was not new in 1952 and dates back to the beginnings of the country, it has faced legal challenge including an unsuccessful appellate court challenge in 2011. President Biden declared May 6, 2021 such a day this year: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/2021/05/05/a-proclamation-on-national-day-of-prayer/ (Links to an external site.). How might such a practice be justified in a nation with a separation between church and state? Do you think it is constitutional? Why or why not? What does this practice tell us about the relationship between religion and government in the United States? Mention at least two course readings or court cases in your answer.RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: The Governor of Connecticut recently signed a bill eliminating the religious exemption for mandatory school vaccinations: https://www.courant.com/politics/hc-pol-vaccines-exemption-connecticut-vote-20210427-lzql55kx7vep3pohq4y2ad2e3i-story.html (Links to an external site.) Such a decision is likely to lead to court challenges and may end up before the Supreme Court. If it does, the primary issue will be whether or not religious freedom is being violated here or whether public health concerns should outweigh religious freedom concerns. How do you think the Supreme Court would or should rule? Why? What does this case study tell us about the relationship between religion and government in the United States? Mention at least two course readings or court cases in your answer.What reading from the course has stuck with you the most and why? Your choice can be a reading that angered you, that taught you something you didn’t know, that affirmed something you believe, or that illuminated a different perspective.Each of these questions are questions that could be answered in a couple sentences or in a book length manuscript. Keep the time limitation of the exam in mind (2 hours). Strong essays should also have a strong thesis. I do not care what your argument is (i.e. there isn’t necessarily a right answer — there are many possible ways to answer these questions) — what matters is whether you 1. support your argument with evidence, 2. organize your essay well, and 3. demonstrate that you have been doing class readings, engaging in class discussions, and apply those readings and discussions to the prompt. Questions 1 and 2 ask a series of questions and you don’t necessarily have to answer all of them. I’m mostly interested in you using the prompt as an opportunity to show me your thinking and application of the class readings and concepts. Question 3 will be shorter than the others but should still include some specifics from the readings to explain why you picked that reading and to engage with some of the ideas within it.
I just need you guys to write my last paragraph, basically concluding the essay, summarizing what I wrotemy essay Is belowFor centuries now the people have been led to believe that the presidents/ government does no wrong. This although is false and has been proven time after time. The truth is that the government is full of lies. A lot of the information revealed about World War ll are lies. Its not only WWll that the government has lied about there’s hundreds of other things they keep hidden from us. Throughout this essay many things will be discussed and revealed about the real truth.The government doesn’t always tell us the full truth; they fail to bring up the parts that make them look bad. In the article Fukushima Stories and the Ghost Towns Left Behind Jaccard (2018) goes into details on a surprising trip she had to Japan. While on a tour in Japan she came across the city of Fukushima, the condition this city was in was horrific. This city has been destroyed since the nuclear bombings in World War ll, most of it is unsafe to live in. A mother from an evacuee organization says Prime Minister Abe says that the Fukushima situation is under control but that’s not true.. Our national government declared that they are going to bring down to zero the number of Fukushima evacuees by 2020.This means they are going to erase all existence of us.(Jaccard,2018) This is just sad to hear. People who were born and raised in this town, people who call this town their hometown are being stripped away from it. There will no longer be a Fukushima and these people will never get the chance to raise families in their hometown. Not only are the hearts of these families broken but they can’t even trust the word of their government.Theres many things the US didn’t tell the American population about World War ll. Something that most don’t know is that the US had actually supported hitler in more than one way. In an article called World War II and US Government Lies the author, David Dellinger, states For years the US government and major US corporations supported and armed Adolf Hitler which is hard to believe being that the US claimed to be anti-haloucost/ anti-hitler. (World War ll and US Government Lies, 1995,05). The truth behind WWll is that the US was doing what was in their best interest, their ultimate goal was just like any other capitalist society: money, power, and privilege. Many US companies like Ford, and ITT, built plants in Nazi Germany to pay pitiful salaries, exclude trade unions, and break environmental regulations. These same corporations were then given tons of money to destroy most of Germany. This is what the US government tells you that they helped destroy hitler. They fail to tell the US population that those same plants that helped destroy hitler were initially there to serve him. Aside from the lies and deceptions dealing with hitler the US failed the US people in other ways like refusing to warn Pearl Harbor of an impending Japanese invasion, the incarceration of Japanese-Americans into concentration camps, and the effort to make the US the postwar empire by releasing the atomic bombs even though Japan had already decided to surrender.The government has gone as far as keeping the fact that they caused the death of hundreds of kids a secret. The CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) released that Peter Hendersen at the time the Chief Medical Officer of the Department of the Interior was responsible for the health of Indegenious children in schools. The Deputy Superintendent General did not let him do his job and this caused the death of hundreds of children. Some children had already had tuberculosis which was a known cause of death at this school. Nothing was done and no treatment was given to those children who already had tuberculosis.This only led more and more children to catch this disease, which soon led all those kids to their death. This soon started to get out to the public and press. Hendersen, tried to be silenced, but could not be. Henderson went out of his way and made pamphlets which he sold trying to expose the truth. The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal found that the federal government’s willful and reckless discrimination meant that Canada must pay $40,000 to each victim of its discriminatory conduct. (whistleblower on residential schools,2020). This decision was made when the CHRT found out that around 2006 and 2017, the government wrongfully separated 40,000 to 80,000 First Nations children and denied access to public services. Prime minister, Justin Trudeau, did not like this decision made by the CHRT and announced he would appeal to the CHRT finding. His appeal to the ruling shows that government officials are willing to repeat this mistake. Once again not caring for anyone else but themselves.
Hey there! I have already written 10-12 pages of a paper. The problem is that I didn’t leave room for the last two sources to finalize my paper. What I need is someone who can add on the sections of the outline I’m missing (as much of them as you see fit) except for the conclusion. In short, I need someone to complete section 9 of the outline (you don’t have to use the outline) and then sections 11-16. I can do the conclusion! If you could please refine the paper to fit the 10-12 pages by removing unnecessary info or simplifying what I wrote after adding the new sections, that would be amazing. I’m only expecting about 2ish pages of new writing, the extra pages are for the editing!
1) In her essay, Crenshaw tells us that Anita Hill exists within the overlapping margins of gender and race discourse and in the empty spaces between and that this location contributes to black womens ideological disempowerment (403). How does Crenshaw locate the Hill- Thomas hearing as contributing to the erasure of Hill as a black woman? What sense does she make of the use of lynching as metaphor, and how does she trouble the use of the metaphor in relation to Hill? What forms of racial domination, does she suggest, remain invisibilized? Please select one passage which helps you to think about and answer this question. Consider how the passage does this, the argument made, and what you make of it.2) What critique, or corrective, to both some common formations of feminism and anti-racism does Crenshaw articulate? To examine this question, you might consider the following quote: My argument here is that one consequence of the feminist movements tendency to think about gender power and dynamics in terms of what we might call a universalist or essentialist form is that it depicts the structural forms that gender power plays in the white community as representing gender pure and simple (407). What does Crenshaw mean? How does she make this argument in relation to Hill? What is the effect of a focus on gender in the white community, in relation to Hill and more broadly, according to Crenshaw? How does this same idea, or something quite similar to it, also emerge in some of her critiques of anti-racist formulations? Finally, how does this manifest in law?For 300-400 words, both 1 and 2 need to be answered. I will attach the readings and powerpoint slide to help. At the end of the powerpoint slide, the questions are stated if you want to see them there.
PLEASE READ BEFORE BIDDING. This is a complicated assignment order but if directions are followed, it will be simple:1. Review the attached Assignment Instructions,2. Review the attached Research Plan Prep Worksheet GUIDELINES,3. Complete the attached Research Plan Prep Worksheet.docx4. Complete the attached TOPIC EXPLORATION WORKSHEET
-Complete the Criminal Justice Policy-Making Matrix.(Matrix has been added to attachments)Selected Policy: Immigration-Write an 800 to 825-word paper describing how each branch of the government participates in your selected policy.-Include information from the Criminal Justice Policy-Making Matrix in your paper.-Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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