critical analysis work

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have to be word doc. you can choose from the topic or any other another book as long as it is about American politics.

Topic Lawrence, Bruce, ed. (2005). Messages to the World: The Statements of Osama Bin Laden. Verso, London. Napolitano, Andrew P. (2007). A Nation of Sheep. Thomas Nelson Lofgren, Mike. (2016). The Deep State: The Fall of the Constitution and the Rise of a Shadow Government. Penguin Press. You can also choose another book as long as it is about American politics and it is not a textbook…these are just examples of books you can choose from…… Papers: Pick one of the supplemental readings, read the book and give me your critical analysis of the work. This is not a summary or book report. Papers should be five full pages each (not four and a half), typed, spell-checked, double spaced, 1 inch margins (top, bottom, left & right), 12 point Times New Roman font giving your reaction to the work. Please cite with page numbers telling what you liked, disliked, agree with or disagree with and why. Do not give me quotes. Ten points will automatically be subtracted for each page short of the minimum five pages. Five points will be added to the papers for having it checked by the Learning Assistance Center, Room D203. Make sure you keep a copy of the paper for your records. Papers will not be returned. Papers should be submitted through to TurnItIn on our Canvas page. Papers should be saved as .doc or .rtf. Papers will be checked for plagiarism!!! DO NOT CUT AND PASTE someone else’s ideas. Penalty for plagiarizing will be a zero grade and notification to the college.

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A Nation Of Sheep


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The book A Nation of Sheep is a clear and impressive story of the frightening record of
the American diplomacy and foreign aid. The “nation of sheep” refers to the American public
which is fed with misinformation by both the government and the press. The American public
just read headline and do not go into the details of news provided by the press. The writer reveals
all sorts of frauds that the nation has swallowed with the fact that they are micromanaged and a
state does not understand what goes on in a fellow state makes them think that their colleagues
are enjoying every bit of life. The nation of sheep only knows that millions of money are poured
to other states as they are told so. To understand the American diplomacy, Judge Napolitano’s
book is critically analyzed in this research paper.
Napolitano’s book is based on a central metaphor by contrasting sheep and wolves. The
sheep follow their shepherd and do not question their devotion to the shepherd. On the contrary,
wolves are ever alert to protect themselves and they do not put their full trust in their shepherd.
This clearly depicts the two kinds of people in the American nation: United States. The people
termed as sheep do not question the government regulations because they trust that it looks after
their safety. On the other hand, the wolves do not aimless followers of their shepherd, they
challenge and question government regulations. Wolves act in way that they force the shepherd
to rethink their previous decisions. Looking at the American public, there are individuals who
challenge government regulations and reject any form of assistance from the government. It is
amazing how the “wolves” demand the government to recognize them and protect their natural
human rights as ...

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