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finalexamination - PS 310 fall 2007 Final Examination...

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PS 310 – fall 2007 Final Examination Instructions Answer the following question, which comes in multiple parts. Please follow the following  instructions. Failure to  completely and carefully  follow these instructions will result in a lower  grade.  1. Relax.  I don't expect you to write everything you possibly could know about public policy.  You’re writing a midterm, not a book! 2. All answers must be typed, either single or double spaced (your choice). Please leave  sufficient margins (at least one inch on each side) and number pages (your word  processor can do this automatically). Type your name in the upper right corner of the  first page. Submit the paper by email to both me ( [email protected] ) and your TA  ( [email protected] ) . You may also provide a printed copy as a backup. 3. The essay cannot exceed 4500 words. This is about 15 double-spaced pages. The only  acceptable typefaces for this exam are Times New Roman or Georgia. Do  not  use Courier  or Arial. Do not right-justify text (set text with an even right hand margin). Hint: only  one space after punctuation. You are not using a typewriter. 4. The file name should be like this: Lastname_final310.doc. For example, I would submit it  as Birkland_final310.doc. When you mail the exams to us, use the subject line 
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