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HIS301 / HIS 301 / WEEK 5. Learning Team Assignment: U.S. Constitutional Amendment Proposal (POWERPOINT). NEW 100/A PERFECT GUIDE*. 100%

HIS301 / HIS 301 / WEEK 5. Learning Team Assignment: U.S. Constitutional Amendment Proposal (POWERPOINT). NEW 100/A PERFECT GUIDE*. 100%

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Constitutional Amendments exist to correct a perceived problem with the existing document. In Week Three, you examined what has been changed so far. Each team will consider a possible change. If the team wants to write about something other than the assigned topic, the team must obtain the facilitator’s approval by Week Four.

• Team A: Should the Constitution be amended to limit representatives, senators, and members of the judiciary to 12 years of total service?

• Team B: Should the Constitution be amended to give voters the right to recall an officer in the legislative branch, executive branch, or judicial branch, before the officer’s term expires?

• Team C: Should the Constitution be amended to give voters the power to enact or reject laws by ballot initiative, as a direct method in addition to the legislative authority of Congress?

• Team D: Should the Constitution be amended to give the president a line-item veto—instead of being required either to sign an entire bill—or veto the entire bill?

• Team E: Should the Constitution be amended to regulate the proportion of representatives so that each would represent no more than 50,000 citizens?

Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper in which you discuss an amendment that responds to the issue presented to the team.

Discuss good and bad outcomes if such an amendment were adopted.

Cite a minimum of three sources to support the content of your paper.

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

Create a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation to accompany the paper.

• For Local Campus students, these are 15- to 30-minute oral presentations accompanied by Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentations.

• For Online and Directed Study students, these are Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentations with notes.
Constitutional Amendments exist to correct a perceived problem with the existing document. In Week Three, you examined what has been changed so far. Each team will consider a possible change. If the team wants to write about something other than the assigned topic, the team must obtain the facilitator’s approval by Week Four.

• Team A: Should the Constitution be amended to limit representatives, senators, and members of the judiciary to 12 years of total service?

• Team B: Should the Constitution be amended to give voters the right to recall an officer in the legislative branch, executive branch, or judicial branch, before the officer’s term expires?

• Team C: Should the Constitution be amended to give voters the power to enact or reject laws by ballot initiative, as a direct method in addition to the legislative authority of Congress?

• Team D: Should the Constitution be amended to give the president a line-item veto—instead of being required either to sign an entire bill—or veto the entire bill?

• Team E: Should the Constitution be amended to regulate the proportion of representatives so that each would represent no more than 50,000 citizens?

Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper in which you discuss an amendment that responds to the issue presented to the team.

Discuss good and bad outcomes if such an amendment were adopted.

Cite a minimum of three sources to support the content of your paper.

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

Create a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation to accompany the paper.

• For Local Campus students, these are 15- to 30-minute oral presentations accompanied by Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentations.

• For Online and Directed Study students, these are Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentations with notes.

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