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POL 303 Entire Course The American Constitution

POL 303 Entire Course The American Constitution

POL 303 Week 1 DQ 1 The Four Pillars of U.S. Government

The Four Pillars of U.S. Government. The federal government of the United States was constructed using the directions provided in the U.S. Constitution. Our Founding Fathers had the wisdom and foresight to create a very flexible and intelligently structured government framework that has endured. The entire American political system is based on four constitutionally derived pillars: a national government; separation of powers; federalism; and individual rights.

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Choose a person (locally, nationally, or internationally) who has taken a stand, similar to the Rosa Louise Parks example that follows, for an issue that resulted in the initiation of community action or the development of a community organization.

 

liberty and Union

Contrast the Federalists’ with the Anti-Federalists’ view of liberty and Union. Consider each side’s view of the necessity and nature of Union and of the major threats to, and means of protecting, liberty. Briefly consider to what extent and in what respects both sides of this debate reflect and/or depart from the principles of the Declaration of Independence. 

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