Of the following questions, select four (4) in addition to the REQUIRED Final question at the
end and answer them in essay form. Instructions follow the questions:
In the “Summary View of the Rights of British America” what are the principal grievances
that Jefferson takes to be critical. What is the founding myth that Jefferson tells about
how/why the British have come to America? How does Jefferson use both Lockean and
Hobbesian political philosophy in his argument?
Create a hybrid document using both the “Declaration of Independence” and the
“Summary View of the Rights of British America” announcing the independence of the
United States from Britain. Feel free to cut and paste at will but try not to inject too much
in the way of new ideas. Make sure to reference your sources.
Create a hybrid document using both the “Bill of Rights,” the letter of Abigail Adams, the
Slavery and Native Voices texts along with the the “Declaration of the Rights of Man and
Citizen” to create a new “Bills of Rights.” Feel free to cut and paste at will but try not to
inject too much in the way of new ideas. Make sure to reference your sources.
Why does the Federalist take their project to be so important? What is the chief threat to
republics? What are the causes of this threat? Does the Federalist think you can
prevent this – why or why not? What does the Federalist take to be the solution to this
problem? According to the Federalist, how might democracy actually make this threat
What are the Federalist Farmer and Brutus’ central worries about the ratification of the
constitution? How does the Federalist seek to answer them?
How do you square the both the real attempt to create a “republic for the people, by the
people” – all the discussion of liberty and freedom in this country founding documents –
with the reality of slavery and the genocide of the native population? Use any text you
feel useful, but especially the texts on slavery and natives voices.
Can Marx’s view of communism be squared with the aims of the framers of the
Constitution, etc. How might Marx use both Locke’s idea of property and the Federalist
worry about Factions to make his point? Which ideals do they share in common and
which may be inimical? Do you think that America could ever become a socialist
country? Why or why not?
REQUIRED: Answer the following question:
What has been the most compelling idea or realization you have had from the texts,
lectures, discussions in this class? How has your view of American politics or the
American experience been impacted? If there is one idea you from the texts, lectures,
and discussions you wished more people knew what would it be? If there is anything
else you would like to let me know, please do!
Instructions for the Essays
● Each essay should be 2-3 double-spaced pages and use standard fonts and margins
● You may only consult the text and your notes. Any evidence of outside sources will
result in a failure of that question.
● Citations from the text should simply follow your quotation
○ Example: “One should not listen to that Anytus because he is a jive-turkey
○ No works cited page is needed
● Each essay must contain at least five (5) citations from the text to back up your
explanation and reasoning. Use quotations strategically and feel free to use “…” to focus
in on specific aspects of the text.
● The essays are due at the start of class on the last day of class. Late papers will be
penalized a letter grade for each day late.
You grade will be assessed in the following way:
● 20% Technical (grammar, spelling, overall clarity, and organization)
● 60% Completeness in answering the question, including sub-questions fully and
● 20% Meeting your quotation quota such that the quotations are relevant
IMPORTANT: for the REQUIRED Final question at the
end, it is your opinion as student (reader) it does not have to have quote unless you want to add something.
for the pages I would say 2 is enough for each question
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