Project #8185 - 2 page essay

open book, take home essay, analyzing an article in the New York Times dated March 15, 2013, titled: Court Removes Boston Judge From Trial Of Crime Boss, written by Jess Bidgood [see page A13 of NY Times of March 15].

 

Place title in google or copy/paste address to URL: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/15/us/judge-is-removed-from-bulger-trial.html?_r=0

The purpose of analyzing the newspaper article is to provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate its relation to the following reading assignments discussed in class:

 

1. Second Treatise by John Locke

 

2. Federalist Paper # 10 by James Madison

 

3. Article III of the Constitution

 

Each of those class reading materials contains ideas that are in some way relevant to the newspaper article, and the purpose of the essay is, not only to indicate an understanding of the newspaper article, but more important,  to demonstrate your understanding of those readings and class discussion insofar as they relate to the newspaper article.  Here is an example: what does Locke say about why there should be a replacement of government officials who do not represent the people’s interests? The first task is to ask the pertinent questions that will lead you to the concepts of the class material that are relevant to the newspaper article.

 

The essay must be a maximum of two pages, 12 size font, double spaced, and in bold. Each student is required to choose a partner in the class with whom to create an outline covering every point to be made in the essay. However the essays are to be created individually. Save those outlines but do not turn them in unless one of the instructors asks to see them. The outlines must contain the names of the two students who created them. Pay attention to grammar; spelling; non repetition, and be sure to make citations to any material referred to. In the case of citations, just writing “Article III” is not good enough. List the precise section and clause of that article if you refer to it. In the case of Locke and Madison, list the page and paragraph you refer to. If you cite other sources, such as an on line article, list not only the website, but also, the page, paragraph and author of that article.

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 06/23/2013 12:00 am
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