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The primary goal of your last assignment is to critically analyze the primary features of the American national government. The results of your analysis will indicate what you have learned over the last five weeks. In order to accomplish this task, it is important to critically evaluate the key facets of our American democracy.
You have been preparing for this final assignment each week by constructing a detailed outline of the Final Paper’s main points through the weekly Learning Activities. In addition, you have read the course text and course readings, reviewed videos, and researched additional material for each week’s assignments and for this paper. This week, you will put all of those outlines, readings, reviews, and research together into a one summative paper.
As we wrap up our course, reflect back on what you have learned about the key structures, systems, roles, and processes that embody our national government. Focus on the strengths and weaknesses, advantages and disadvantages, and positive and negative impacts of these aspects of our democracy. Use what you have learned so far to evaluate our national government and recommend ways to enhance what works and repair what is not working well.
Construct a six-page paper based on the detailed outlines that you created over the last four weeks. Scaffold your paper around the following outline:
Pol 201 Week 5 Final Paper America’s Democracy: Your Report Card
Length: 10 pages (2500 Words)
When analyzing three of the primary features of our national government—The Constitution, the Legislative Branch, and action groups—in light of the current debate over Congressional term limits, both areas for potential improvement and areas of potential detrimentto our democratic system can be seen. Our current system of democracy under the Constitution imposes no limits on the number of times a politician may run for and be elected to Congress.
Our Constitution, because of its ability to adapt to a changing society through the additions of amendments, has been considered by some to be a living document and has stood the test of time like no other document before or since; however, certain portions of the Constitution, such as unlimited term restrictions for Congress can be seen as a weakness to this great document.