The 27 Amendments Project v2.2006t

The 27 Amendments Project v2.2006t - The 27 Amendments...

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The 27 Amendments Project for American Government V2.2006 Dusting off the Constitution: You are going to have to find connections between things that are going on in the news, the Bill of Rights and amendments 13,14,15,19 to link to both the Bill of Rights and current news from around the world. That means that you may end up using news stories from around the world that are not from the USA. You can use stories to illustrate how our Constitution protects us from the abuses elsewhere. This means you can find counter examples to show problems in our out of the country. Your Amendment: Finally you will need to write 1 Amendment to the Constitution that you think should be sent to congress and support it with a news article and explain why you think this should be passed. How do you do that? First: You will need to read, and list the Bill of Rights and the Amendments that you choose. You must use the 13,14,15,19 amendments. You will need to break out the freedoms and parts of each amendment as needed and
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SOC 308 taught by Professor Barton during the Spring '08 term at Temple.

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