Answer all of the questions and provide facts backing up your responses.

Nov 19th, 2015
Price: $20 USD

Question description

  1. Whose opinions should representatives listen to?

  2. Should they listen to the views of the people who voted them into office?

  3. The views of all of their constituents regardless of how some of those constituents voted?

  4. Should they just listen to the views of the wealthy?

  5. The educated?

  6. The knowledgeable?

  7. Independent experts?

  8. Their political donors?

  9. Why?

  10. Do some opinions count more than others in a democratic society?

  11. Why?

** Make sure to answer all of the questions and provide facts backing up your responses.


  • You must include the Title.

  • Each answer should follow the question in the manner in which the questions are numbered (1-11).

  • A reference page

  • For online references, cite (complete hyperlink) where you obtain the information from by providing a direct link to the information. In other words, when I cut and paste your URL, it will take me directly to your article.

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