POL 001 grade appeal

POL 001 grade appeal - legislative district lines may be...

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Dear Matt, I have chosen to turn in an appeal for a higher grade in response to my final grade for this exam. I agree with the grading for the first and last ID’s. However for the second ID I believe that I related the answer to a broader concept of majority power without mentioning the term by explaining how newly elected officials can give out positions to individuals who will follow their political agenda. For the third ID, I gave an important point on how any state can file amicus curiae when the Supreme Court threatens to change their laws. For the fourth ID I explained how
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Unformatted text preview: legislative district lines may be drawn not based off of proportional population but drawn in regards to racial and socio-economic standards. And for the short answers I thought we had to just answer each question quickly due to the time constraints and only go into depth with the essay questions. I could be wrong but my main focus of my appeal is the ID’s, which hopefully you can look at to hopefully raise my grade. Thanks for your time. Sincerely, Darren Pinder...
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course POL 001 taught by Professor Huckfeldt during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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