Instructions: Write your answers in a Word document. Double space your answers and use spell check before you submit. Be sure to include your name at the top of the page. You must ground each part of your response in course readings with complete citations (Author Date, Page Number). You may use your skills papers as inspiration, but your exam answers must be new. Your responses will be screened for plagiarism by Turnitin. Choose two of the following four questions to answer. Your answers should be three to five paragraphs long (1.5-3 page). Make sure to begin your question with the number of the question you are answering. 1. Federalists and Anti-federalists Debate the Constitution. First, discuss two objections of the Anti-federalists to the new constitution. Next, show how each objection was met by the Federalists. You must refer explicitly to course readings and/or class discussions throughout your answer (Author Date, Page Number; Class Discussion, Date). 2. Federalists and Anti-Federalists Themes. Choose one federalist and one anti-federalist reading to illustrate the way that each author is promoting either a liberal or a classical republican view of good government. Discuss two liberal and two republican aspects of government in your answer. You must refer explicitly to course readings and/or class discussions throughout your answer (Author Date, Page Number; Class Discussion, Date). 3. Madison’s Extended Republic. In your view, what are Madison’s best two arguments in favor of an extended republic in Federalist 10? Discuss one assumption about human nature in Madison’s argument. Do you think Madison’s ideas have stood the test of time? Why or why not? How might an Anti-federalist respond to Madison’s argument today? You must refer explicitly to course readings and/or class discussions throughout your answer (Author Date, Page Number; Class Discussion, Date). 4. American Exceptionalism in 1788-1789. Describe the rhetorical significance of the federalists’ arguments about the unique historic circumstances in the late 18th century. Provide one example of a federalist using this argument against the Anti-federalists? Do you find this argument persuasive? Why or why not? How might this argument be used today in American political discourse? Describe one fear of the anti-federalists that some may say has become a reality today? You must refer explicitly to course readings and/or class discussions throughout your answer (Author Date, Page Number; Class Discussion, Date)
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