The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

Discuss how each of the following influenced the drafting of the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

  1. Writs of Assistance in America
  2. The 2 English Cases of Endick and Wilkes
  3. Federalists and Anti-Federalists
  4. In your own words, explain:

(a) the 2 part test in Katz v. United States, and,

(b) why is the case considered a landmark decision in 4th Amendment law.

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America Under the Confederation

Book is called
Give Me Liberty!
An American History, Volume One
SEAGULL SIXTH EDITION
Eric Foner
The reflection assignment is based on the book, power points, chapter outlines etc. You will select an event, person, or timeline in any chapter within the unit chapters and write a short essay on that particular topic. These assignments will provide you an opportunity in your own words, journal through a week’s reflection, what historical event, person, or timeline stood out most to you as student in this course. The exercise is meant to enhance your critical thinking skills based on historical material.

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Legislative Process Diagram

Bill- In 2019, the Raise the Wage Act legislation, which would rapidly increase the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2025, was introduced in the U.S. House and Senate. The NFIB Research Center studied the economic effects of enacting this legislation and found that it would lead to more than $980 billion in real gross domestic product loss over 10 years and 1.6 million fewer jobs in the U.S. in 2029, with nearly 700,000 of those from businesses with fewer than 100 employees.
Purpose
The purpose of this assignment is to learn about the different stages of the legislative process and identify
several points in which social workers can intervene.
Instructions
For this assignment, you will select a bill, then create a diagram of the legislative process it went through.
Within the diagram, you will identify different opportunities at which a social worker could have intervened. The
assignment has two submission parts:
Select a bill, at either the state or federal level, and submit for instructor approval.
Note: Instructor approval of your selected bill is required before continuing on to the diagram.
Create a diagram of the legislative process it went through to either become a law or be
defeated.
Diagram Requirements
The selected bill must be clearly introduced by providing the following information:
● bill number,
● brief purpose,
● author and/or co-authors,
● sponsors,
● whether there are any companion bills.

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Power and Authority

Please use the following to write about power and authority

Erasmus: Humanist Scholar and Social Critic
Martin Luther: The Gift of Salvation
Luther’s Rebellion Against the Church
The Reformation Goes International
Calvin and “The Elect”
Strife and Settlement in England
Catholic Reform and the Council of Trent
The Society of Jesus
What About the Catholic and Orthodox East?

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President George H.W. Bush

he required length for the paper is a minimum of 1000 words.

Use 12” Times-New Roman Font in a word document with 1” margins.

Your paper must be submitted to the Final Paper dropbox in Canvas.

Your Turn it In report must indicate no plagiarism in the body of the work.

Analyze three primary sources on your person in your paper.

Analyze one academic book on your person in your paper.

Analyze three academic peer-reviewed journal articles in your paper.

Include a title page.

Demonstrates college-level grammar and writing.

Include a “Works Cited” page with three primary sources and two secondary sources, including an academic book and a peer-reviewed journal article.

The “Works Cited” page and the paper must follow the correct Chicago Manual of Style Format.

Include an introductory paragraph with a thesis statement about your person.

Describe the social contributions of the individual or event.

Explains why the event was important or why the person was an important historical figure.

Provide basic historical background on your topic or biographical information on your person.

Contextualize the person in the era in which they lived or provide historical context for the event.

Describes the major events or problems of the country during the period that affected your subject. Or, describe the major parts of the historical event or topic.

Examines the influence, legacy, and accomplishments of the person or event.

Includes a conclusion that restates the thesis statement.

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