This final discussion is on topics that are created, researched, and defended by students from the first semester of us history at phs. An outline of the final discussion can be found on mrarmy.pbworks.com.
With all that you learned from the activities about Reconstruction and its effects, From the South to Iraq, is the U.S. successful or a failure at reconstruction? Think Social, Political, and economic objectives.
If you were an Anti-Federalist would you have compromised and passed the Constitution against your beliefs? Outline your beliefs about the intent of the Constitution and then why you would or would not have supported ratification of it. Remember it is about demonstrating all your activities and what you learned about the Constitution and its supporters.
The number of people in Unions in America has declined ever since the 1950. Do you feel that this trend will continue into the future? Make sure to back up your argument by looking at the sites below on unions.
Economic policy institute
For this argument make sure that you stay in your roles that were assigned for this class. Scott Walker the Governor of Wisconsin helped create and pass a law that limited state employees collective bargaining rights and also asked them to contribute more to their health care plans and pensions. Read through the links below to get an idea of the bill and some of the points that were in it.
Companies on the internet are concerned primarily with making money. User privacy is a secondary concern at best. Government regulations would handle that online business handle user information responsibly.
Today, computer software can scramble credit card numbers, which will protect users from having their information stolen or missing or misused.
Should the government regulate the internet to protect users' privacy
Should the government control the internet to protect citizens? Is the country at risk because of unregulated internet use? Use you political perspective in what role you think the government should have in private peoples lives.