We can work on A legislator’s vote in Congress

What influences a legislator’s vote in Congress? Use concrete examples (either current or past) to support your assertions.Do you think that the structure of Congress lends itself to efficient and fair policy-making? Share on Facebook Tweet Follow us Sample Answer Full Answer Section This question has been answered. Get Answer

We can work on Compare the way in which we elect Presidents in our current system to the proposal of the National Popular Vote movement. Which method is superior? Explain your answer.

The U.S. Constitution stipulates that Electors will vote for the office of President and Vice President, what we commonly refer to as the Electoral College. Two times in the 21st century the candidate with the most popular votes across the United States has not won the most votes in the Electoral College, hence losing the […]

We can work on Every eligible person should vote in all local, state, and national elections. Agree or disagree.

The lead-in is interesting, relevant, and states importance of issue.The thesis clearly states the writers position on the issue.The essay gives at least two, major, well-developed points of argument. (Essay is more than 650 words because of strong development.)The essay does not include any logical fallacies; the argument makes sense.The essay addresses at least two […]

We can work on Get out the vote: book review

A book review for PLSC 411 does more than rehash the content of a book or comment on its length orentertainment value because (presumably) everyone will have read it. Instead, the main goal is to try to identifythe main argument or arguments of the book and critique it on those grounds. For example, you might […]

We can work on Text in your vote

Write an opinion paper no longer than a page, single-spaced, typewritten, on the following question: If there was a move towards electronic voting in this country, where registered voters could vote for their political candidates via their mobile devices by calling in or texting, similar to how voting is done in reality TV shows like […]

The post-Civil War controversy over the right to vote

The post-Civil War controversy over the right to vote In the post-Civil War controversy over the right to vote, why did some feminist activists support the 15th Amendment while others vociferously opposed it? What were the principal arguments on each side? As a 19th century activist. explain which side you would support and why? Sample […]