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Detail the policy formation process, and discuss the various groups that are involved along the way. 2. Detail ways that citizen involvement has advanced American democracy. 3. Explain the arguments that occurred during the Constitutional Convention concerning the issue of representation. Make sure that you include discussions of the arguments presented by large states, small states, northern states, and southern states, as well as the compromises that ensued as a result. 4. Who were the Federalists and Antifederalists? Briefly describe what each group stood for. 5. Detail how the Supreme Court has set the direction of federalism over the course of history. Be sure to defend your answer using specific cases discussed in your text. 6. Discuss the issues in McCulloch v. Maryland and whether the ruling increased or decreased federal power. 7. Describe each of the core components of bureaucratic organizations, and provide an explanation as to why each is essential to a functioning bureaucracy. 8. Provide a detailed explanation of how the United States has dealt with Latinos over the course of its history. 9. Provide a detailed discussion of how the Pendleton Act, changed the nature of civil service employees. 10. What is the United Nations? Describe its purpose. 11. Briefly discuss the nature of voting rights during America's first hundred years. 12. What is the difference between a presidential primary and a presidential party caucus? 1. 13. Explain why civil liberties are more limited and frequent during wartime. What impact has the Tea Party had on shaping the political landscape since 2010? Make sure you discuss what electoral successes and failures they've had. 15. Provide a detailed explanation of the party nomination process. 14. ...
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Detail the policy formation process, and discuss the various groups that are involved along the
Policy- action/decision taken by the government aimed at solving and improving the quality of
life of the citizens. The policy formation process goes through several steps:
1). Recognizing the problem- involves identifying a problem (such as crime) which attracts the
attention of the government.
2). Setting the agenda- entails the government pinpointing that it has a problem which requires
being solved.
3). Formulating the policy- establishing a strategy that will aid in solving the problem. This step
comes with several conflicting issues. It involves various players such as the president, white
house, agency officials, policy makers, Congress, courts and much more interests groups.
4). Adopting the policy- involves accepting and choosing the best policy for the various plans.
Often, a policy is implemented once the Congress passes a law.
5). Implementing the policy- often carried out by other institutions rather than the ones that
formulated and adopted it. Most policies are seen through by the executive arm of the
government although the courts at times may get involved in the implementation process.
6). Evaluating the policy- takes place over time with the interested groups contributing to the
policy. Most evaluations call for either a correction or a change though some of them disagree
with the entire policy.
The authority to formulate and implement a policy is usually divided into several groups. These
include the Congress, the country’s President, the Cabinet, government advisors, state and
federal courts, the media, political parties, the media and the list is endless. All these play a
particularly unique role in the policy formulation and implementation process.

Detail ways that citizen involvement has advanced American democracy.
The involvement of citizens in the decisions of the government is an instrumental driver of the
American democracy as well as a crucial way of empowering them. Measuring the level of
citizen participation of which voting is among the core form of such participation, has been used
as the most effective tool for identifying the peoples’ participation in the United States
The United States government by involving its citizens in its decisions has been an example of
the idea of democracy, its development, and promotion which offers a link between the citizens
and their patriotism and national vanity.
Explain the arguments that occurred during the Constitutional Conven...

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