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1. Research and write an essay on the diverse opinions regarding the Bill of Rights. Providethoughtful details that are backed up by Constitutional and legal facts.Can free speech go too far? Is “hate” a 1st Amendment right?Can religious freedoms come into conflict with individual liberties? Should Americans be allowed to own a firearm, orshould society be totally disarmed?Where do we draw the line?At what point can/does ‘Due Process’ become a hinderance to justice? Should there be “states’ rights”?

2. Describe where the roots to the founding principles of this country originated. Whatearly events contributed to the creation of the ideals for American society? Which early philosophers had the greatest influence on the Founding Fathers, and what were their beliefs? Explain which hasthese philosophers and their ideals has had a greatestinfluence on 21st century American politics. Where are the ideals emphasizedin current American society beingplaced now: on Individual Achievement or Societal Good? Do you agree/disagree with this observation, and explain why.

3. Analyze the government’s response to a hypothetical national security crisis in the United States. Explain the route of how any emergency bills would take to becoming a law. What possible additional actions might the Executive Branch take? What possible constitutional and legal issues might be violated? Would the Judicial Branch play a role in this crisis, or would the Courts be irrelevant? How might various ‘special interest groups’ get involved in this crisis in efforts to combat or contain this possible emergency? Should the government accept the help from private outside organizations?

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