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POS2041 Paper #2 Assignment for Summer B Term 2022
Write a 3–4 page paper developing how ONE of the individuals listed below has impacted and influenced American government and politics.
Pay specific attention to legal cases, government rules, political movements, and/or legislation which has been influenced by the individual you choose to write about. As you write, make certain to address the theme associated with the person’s name below:
Judith Huemann and disability advocacy
Fanny Lou Hamer and the Civil Rights Movement
Lyndon Johnson and the Great Society programs
Shirley Chisolm and women’s participation in politics
Gaylord Nelson and environmental protection
Dolores Huerta and farmworker advocacy
Paper is to be uploaded to the website Turnitin.com by NOON (12:00pm) Monday July 18, 2022 (MWF Class)
Writing guidelines for papers in this course
-Paper assignments must be typed and double spaced. They must follow the format shown in the sample pages on the course website link.
-Papers should have one inch margins on top, bottom, and sides (see sample page on course website).
-Your font should be standard default (Times New Roman, Courier, Colibri, etc.) and should be unbolded. Point size should be 11-12 (see sample page on course website).
-You do not need paper titles or cover pages. Type your name in the top right corner of your paper and begin your writing after hitting the enter key once!
-Do not separate paragraphs in your paper with more than double spacing (see sample page on course website).
-Do not type the current date on your papers or include course information (AMH2020, POS 2041, etc.).
-Papers must be submitted to Turnitin.com by class time on the due date. This is not optional. Get a digital receipt for your submission so you can feel comfortable your paper has been submitted properly.
-If any, use a maximum of ONE quote per paper assignment.
-You should use a bare minimum of two sources in a paper for this course. Dig deeper though–you should be using more sources to learn more about your topic and differing interpretations for events.
-Your sources should be .edu and .gov sources—as well as books and journal articles about your topic. Avoid the use of .com sites (which can be created by anyone) and Wikipedia (which can be edited by anyone). These sites should be avoided in an academic course.
-Please find below a guide to help find sources for biographical data on notable people in history and politics:
AND a guide for accessing online history databases (including history of politics) using the MDC library…