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POL 201 Entire Course For more course tutorials
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Below POL 201 Week 1 DQ 1 The U.S. Constitution PO
L 201 Week 1 DQ 2 Week One Reflection POL 201 Week
 1 Learning Activity The Constitution POL 201 Week
 1 Quiz POL 201 Week 2 DQ 1 Policy and Your Life P
OL 201 Week 2 DQ 2 Week Two Reflection POL 201 Wee
k 2 Learning Activity Federalism POL 201 Week 2 Qu
iz POL 201 Week 3 DQ 1 The Electoral College POL 2
01 Week 3 DQ 2 Week Three Reflection
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POL 201 Week 1 DQ 1 The U.S. Constitution For
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the Details Below The U.S. Constitution  Prepare 
Prior to writing your initial post, read Chapters 
1 and 2 of American Government. In addition, watch
 the video provided on the U.S. Constitution, Epis
ode IV - Built to Last. Reflect The U.S. Constitu
tion is the cornerstone of our federal government.
 The Constitution establishes a basic operational 
framework that enables the three branches of gover
nment  executive, legislative, and judicial  to 
interact and function as a unit. Embedded in this 
operational framework are two key principles sepa
ration of powers and a system of checks and balanc
es.
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POL 201 Week 1 DQ 2 Week One Reflection For more
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the Details Below Week One Reflection.Prepare Pri
or to beginning your reflection this week, complet
e all course readings, your introduction, and the
Discussion, The U.S. Constitution.
 Reflect Once you have completed these assignment
s think about how American politics have and could
 affect your career aspirations. The Founding Fath
ers created an amazing governmental structure that
 affects almost every aspect of our lives even tod
ay. For instance, if you are a criminal justice ma
jor, what parts of the U.S. Constitution are appli
cable to what you are learning in your major? If y
ou are a business major, which branch of governmen
t  executive, legislative, or judicial 
has, or will have, the greatest influence on your 
business ambitions? If you are a political science
 major, how does separation of powers in the U.S. 
government affect the operations of most economic,
 
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POL 201 Week 1 Learning Activity The
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Below The Constitution. The weekly worksheets will
 help you build all the necessary parts for your F
inal Paper. This week, you will evaluate the stren
gths and weaknesses of the most important document
 for Americas national government, the U.S. Const
itution. In your worksheet, you will describe one 
strength and one weakness of the Constitution. In 
addition, you will need to recommend a way to main
tain the strength of this amazing document and a w
ay to correct a weakness. This effort begins the p
rocess of critically analyzing key features of our
 national government. To complete the assignment, 
save the Week One Learning Activity Worksheet (ava
ilable in the online classroom) to your computer, 
fill it out, and submit it.
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POL 201 Week 1 Quiz For more course tutorials
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Below Question 1. The American system of governmen
t can be most accurately described as a _________.
 Question 2. In 1607, the English monarch King Ja
mes I granted a charter to which organization to e
stablish a settlement in the Chesapeake region?  Q
uestion 3. The Connecticut Plan, also known as the
 Great Compromise, combined elements of which two 
other plans during the Constitutional Convention o
f 1787?  Question 4. What United States document e
stablishes the core principles on which our govern
ment is based?  Question 5. The Federalist Papers 
were intended to
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POL 201 Week 2 DQ 1 Policy and Your Life For more
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the Details Below Policy and Your Life Prepare Pr
ior to beginning work on this discussion question,
 read Chapters 3 and 4 in American Government. In 
addition, watch the videos provided on federalism
 Quick Study of Federalism Part 1, Quick Study of 
Federalism Part 2, and Quick Study of Federalism P
art 3, and the U.S. Constitution Episode I - A Mo
re Perfect Union. Reflect The U.S. government's e
xpansive role in public policy is caught in a swir
l of conflicting crosscurrents. On the one hand, p
opular expectations about government's responsibil
ity to solve problems often exceed the capacity of
 state and local authorities to respond effectivel
y. On the other hand, policies developed at the na
tional level may not sufficiently reflect the grea
t diversity of interests across the U.S. to be eff
ective at the local level. 
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POL 201 Week 2 DQ 2 Week Two Reflection For more
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the Details Below Prepare Prior to beginning your
 reflection this week, complete all course reading
s and assigned videos, and the Discussion, Policy
 and Your Life.  Reflect Once you have completed
 these assignments, think about how federalism and
 the U.S. Congress have or will affect your life. 
The federal structure ensures that there is a clea
r line between local, state, and federal governmen
t regulations, policies, and oversightsometimes! 
Think about how federal statues affect your work o
r will affect your work in the future. Does Congre
ss have oversight of any of the processes or produ
cts in your workplace? Do the government regulatio
ns, policies, and oversight sometimes conflict wit
h local or state regulations, policies, and oversi
ght?  
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POL 201 Week 2 Learning Activity Federalism For
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the Details Below Federalism This week, we continu
e completing the worksheets in preparation for the
 Final Paper. One of the most important structures
 in the national government is federalism. Underst
anding the relationship between local, state, and 
national level governments is critical in being ab
le to understand all of the key features of our na
tional government. Describe an advantage and a dis
advantage to a national policy that an agency in t
he federal bureaucracy must implement. In addition
, recommend an option to maintain the advantage an
d one to improve the disadvantage. To complete the
 assignment, save the Week Two Learning Activity W
orksheet (available in the online classroom) to yo
ur computer, fill it out, and submit it.
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POL 201 Week 2 Quiz For more course tutorials
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Below Question 1. The national government can atte
mpt to gain the cooperation of state governments b
y using what type of coercive measures?  Question 
2. The Tenth Amendment balances out national autho
rity by  Question 3. A presidential veto of a bill
 can be overridden by what percentage vote of all 
members of Congress?  Question 4. Which legislativ
e act is a good example of intergovernmental relat
ions that are the hallmark of Cooperative Federali
sm?  Question 5. The principal powers of Congress 
include all except  Question 6. If the President r
equests a Congressional authorization for the use 
of force, Congress  Question 7. In federalism, the
 national government
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POL 201 Week 3 DQ 1 The Electoral College For
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the Details Below Prepare Prior to beginning work
 on this discussion question, read Chapters 5 and 
6 in American Government. In addition, read the fo
llowing articles What Are the Arguments Made in 
Favor  and Against  the Electoral College?,   
GOP Leaders United in Defense of the Electoral Col
lege, and the ProQuest article 
 Why the Electoral College is Bad for America. A
lso, please watch this weeks videos, Episode I - 
A More Perfect Unionand Episode II - Its a Free C
ountry regarding the U.S. Constitution.
 Reflect As the textbook author asserts, the Fram
ers intentionally designed a process for selecting
 presidents that would minimize the presidents po
litical power the Electoral College.
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POL 201 Week 3 DQ 2 Week Three Reflection For
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the Details Below Week Three Reflection  American 
Government. Review the videos, Episode I - A More 
Perfect Union and Episode II - Its a Free Country
 regarding the U.S. Constitution.  Reflect The ex
ecutive and judicial branches of the U.S. national
 government often seem to operate independently an
d with little conflict. Many laws are signed by th
e President and then implemented without a word fr
om the judicial branch. However, there are times w
hen executive decisions are challenged by the judi
cial branch in a process called judicial review. I
n addition, there are times when a judicial review
 has direct impact on your life. For example, when
 the Supreme Court declared the Affordable Care Ac
t constitutional, many people without health care 
insurance 
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POL 201 Week 3 Learning Activity Branches of
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Below Branches of Government.  The three branches 
of our government each play crucial roles in the U
.S. national government. Each branch has specific 
power, duties, and responsibilities that are the m
ost apparent features of our system of separate po
wers. Nevertheless, each branch has been critiqued
 for having definite strengths and weaknesses that
 become obvious in certain situations. Analyzing t
hese strengths and weaknesses will enable you to e
valuate and recommend ways to enhance and correct 
these fundamental assets and deficiencies of the b
ranches of our national government. To complete th
e assignment, save the Week Three Learning Activit
y Worksheet (available in the online classroom) to
 your computer, fill it out, and submit it.
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Question  In the realm of foreign affairs, presid
ents are usually weak and must solicit congression
al approval before entering into agreements with o
ther countries.  Question 2. Question 
Prior judicial experience is required to be appoin
ted as a judge on the federal level.  Question 3.
Question  The president and Congress are unable t
o control the bureaucracy or hold it accountable b
ecause  Question 4. Question 
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POL 201 Week 4 DQ 1 Individual Rights and the
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the Details Below Individual Rights and the Obliga
tions of Government. Prepare Prior to beginning w
ork on this discussion, read chapters 8, 9, and 10
 in American Government and watch the video, Episo
de II - Its a Free Country.  Reflect Our politic
al system is characterized by certain fundamental 
features to include a system of laws, rights, and 
liberties. The laws, created and supported by the 
Constitutional framework, are designed to protect 
and secure the rights and liberties of individuals
 and groups throughout the U.S. However, the gover
nment also has an obligation to provide for the se
curity of its citizens from serious internal and e
xternal threats that could cause grave or severe d
amage to our country. 
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POL 201 Week 4 DQ 2 Week Four Reflection For more
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rior to beginning work on this discussion, read ch
apters 8, 9, and 10 in American Government, watch
the video, Episode II  Its a Free Country, and re
view your results from the Political Typology Quiz
. Reflect Political parties mobilize voters to wi
n elections and implement policy goals. Parties us
e their stated policy goals (i.e., their platforms
) as a way to mobilize voter support. Generally, i
n order to be successful in a two
party system, parties must have policy goals acros
s a broad range of issue areas to appeal to a broa
d range of voters.  Write Identify one issue area
 that you want investigate. 
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POL 201 Week 4 Learning Activity Political
Parties, Interest Groups, and Elections For more
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the Details Below Political Parties, Interest Grou
ps, and Elections. The various political actors in
volved in the processes, activities, and policies 
of the U.S. government each have evolving goals an
d objectives. In addition, these actors have produ
ced differential effects, both positive and negati
ve, on the processes, activities, and policies of 
the federal government. In this last weekly worksh
eet, you will assess the positive and negative imp
acts of political parties, interest groups, or fed
eral elections on the national government. In addi
tion, you will recommend one option to enhance the
 positive impact and one to diminish the negative 
impact. This final effort will conclude the proces
s of critically analyzing key features of our nati
onal government and prepare you for completion of 
your Final Paper in Week Five.
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Below Question 1.What constitutional amendment gua
ranteed women the right to vote?  Question 2. How 
are interest groups are different from political p
arties?  Question 3. Which Supreme Court decision 
stated that affirmative action intended to promote
 greater equality was acceptable public policy, bu
t the use of quotas was not.  Question 4. True or 
False The peaceful transfer of power from one gov
ernment to the next has a long historical legacy a
nd predates the formation of the United States.
 Question 5. The 1964 Civil Rights Act  Question 
6. Twoparty electoral systems, such as we have tod
ay in the United States, tend to be examples of wh
at type of political party model?  Question 7. Wha
t is the basic function, or purpose, of elections?
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e Prior to completing this discussion question, r
eview Chapters 9 and 10 in American Government and
 the following articles How Voter ID Laws Are Be
ing Used to Disenfranchise Minorities and the Poor
, Fraught with Fraud, and Proof at the Polls.
 Reflect The U.S. has one of the lowest voter tu
rnout rates among modern democratic political syst
ems. One study ranks the U.S. 120th on a list of 1
69 nations compared on voter turnout (Pintor, Grat
schew,  Sullivan, 2002). During the last decade, 
many initiatives have been undertaken to increase 
voter participation, yet concerns about the possib
ility of election fraud have also increased. Addit
ionally, some political interests feel threatened 
by the increase in turnout among some traditionall

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Prepare Prior to beginning your reflection, revie
w all course readings and videos as required.
 Reflect The U.S. national government is based on
 the framework detailed in the U.S. Constitution. 
The process that the Founding Fathers used to map 
out our national government is fascinating and ill
uminating. The Constitution creates a system of ch
ecks and balances and separation of powers that ha
ve been focal points for class discussions. In add
ition, the Constitution identifies three main bran
ches for the national government the legislative,
 executive, and judicial, which are tasked, respec
tively, with the creation of the legislation to gu
ide the country, the implementation and execution 
of that legislation, and the review of that legisl
ation for constitutionality and legality.
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POL 201 Week 5 Final Paper Americas Democracy
Your Report Card (2 Papers) For more course
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nt Papers  Americas Democracy Your Report Card. 
The primary goal of your last assignment is to cri
tically analyze the primary features of the Americ
an national government. The results of your analys
is will indicate what you have learned over the la
st five weeks. In order to accomplish this task, i
t is important to critically evaluate the key face
ts of our American democracy. You have been prepar
ing for this final assignment each week by constru
cting a detailed outline of the Final Papers main
 points through the weekly Learning Activities. In
 addition, you have read the course text and cours
e readings, reviewed videos, and researched additi
onal material for each weeks assignments and for 
this paper. 
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