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#1

The Supreme Court Case, Brown v. Board of the Education
(1954), ended the segregated schooling of black and white students.

Decades following Brown v. Board of Education, many America’s
public schools remain segregated. Using specific information from your local
school district, (zoning, census data, etc) support or refute this statement.

*If your local school district’s website does not provide
substantive, statistical data, you may pick another school district within your
state.

Note: Brown v. Board of Education can be found within
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#2

From the Federalist and Anti-Federalist
parties of post-Revolutionary America, to the Republican and Democratic parties
of today, the major political parties of the United States have evolved, over
time.

In light of your academic
understanding of modern liberal and conservative ideologies, please compare and
contrast the major political parties of today in terms of voting patterns and
issue positions.

#3a

From the development of not one, but
many 24/7 basic cable news channels, to the phenomenal growth of politically
charged internet websites, the development of today’s modern, mass media has
profoundly affected American politics.

Using at least two specific
examples, address the influence of America’s modern, mass media on campaigns
and elections.

Does media influence help or hinder
our representational, democratic government? Defend your answer.

#3b

According to federal finance laws,
individual contributions to federal candidates are capped at predetermined
amounts.

An example: you can contribute
$2,500 to a Congressional candidate for each primary, runoff, and general
election. (http://www.fec.gov/)

In contrast, an individual (you) can
contribute unlimited amounts of funds towards a Political Action Committee
(PAC).

According to the Federal Election
Commission,

“The term “political action
committee” (PAC) refers to two distinct types of political committees
registered with the FEC: separate segregated funds (SSFs) and non-connected
committees. Basically, SSFs are political committees established and
administered by corporations, labor unions, membership organizations or trade
associations. These committees can only solicit contributions from individuals
associated with connected or sponsoring organization. By contrast,
non-connected committees–as their name suggests–are not sponsored by or
connected to any of the aforementioned entities and are free to solicit
contributions from the general public.”

Using at least two specific
examples, address the influence of political action committees on campaigns and
elections.

Do political action committees help
or hinder our democracy? Defend your answer.

#4

Marc A. Thiessen, a Washington Post
journalist, compared and contrasted Presidents Bush and Obama’s military
doctrines in an editorial, titled, The Obama-Bush Doctrine. The article
can be found, here: http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-obama-bush-doctrine/2012/05/31/gJQAGZmM4U_story.html

Both Bush and Obama’s foreign policy
doctrines spell out the rules of U.S. military engagement in today’s post-Cold
War era.

How has the use of both the Bush and
Obama’s military doctrines affected the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq? How has
the use of these military doctrines altered America’s reputation with the
countries of the Middle East, Iran, China, and Europe?

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