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– critically examine one of the following question clusters (each is one bullet point) below. Focus your essay around one central argument/thesis statement/critical lens that, in supporting, you answer the set of questions.
Social Policy Question:
The United States is moderately unique among industrialized nations for its relative lack of a social “safety net.” In what ways does the American system differ from other countries? Why is this? Does the current American social safety net meet the needs of its citizens? Why or why not?
Foreign Policy Questions:
What are the stakes for American foreign policy today in the wake of the Cold War? What are the strengths and limitations of US military power? What are soft and hard power and how can they be applied to achieve America’s international goals?
Does globalization do more harm than good? Why or why not? What can do done about it?
How separate is domestic policy from foreign policy? How do we know this?
Why do Americans know so little about other countries and the history of foreign policy? How does being a superpower afford this luxury? What are some of the problems this causes?
Environmental Question:
According to Cohen, why are environmental problems so difficult for governments to address? In your opinion, what is one way that government could more effectively address them? Consider also optional readings by Tierney, Plumer, and Hutchins.
General Thought Questions:
How has the United States successfully been able to keep largely the same political structure for more than 225 years, even though it has transformed from being an agrarian society to a more post-industrial culture during this time? Choose one (or more) themes for the course (e.g. the presidency, media, foreign policy) and describe how it has changed over the course of American history to meet the changing needs of society.
How much involvement do people actually have in the American federal government? What structures and institutions of government serve to support this level of involvement? What reforms could be made to make government more representative of “the people?” Finally, should these reforms be made? Why or why not?
After studying the actors, institutions, and history of American government, what is the biggest challenge that our government faces? What can we do about it?
Title – A good title allows the reader to get an idea of what your paper is about, what you will be arguing, and what your sources might include. “First Paper,” “response essay,” and other similar descriptions are not titles. Earn easy points; spend a few minutes to come up with an appealing title.

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