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Pick one single underlying, enduring deep(er) political problem for one single current event from this year (2020 or 2021) that deals with a particular civil liberty or civil right from the U.S. Constitution. If the political problem for that current event overlaps civil liberties and civil rights, your essay needs to be very clear about where there are similarities and differences. I recommend just picking civil liberties or civil rights, not both, though, since the paper is so short.
Explain the basic facts of the underlying, enduring deep(er) political problem for the current event that you selected (i.e., who, what, where, when, how, and why in theoretical and practical, applied terms).
Explain how exactly that political problem for the current event is related to either a civil liberty or civil right from the U.S. Constitution.
What is one formal, legal public policy recommendation that you recommend to help resolve the political problem that you identified? How and why is your public policy recommendation a “good” one and for whom? (The recommendation can be one that already exists, but you need to expand on its details OR the recommendation can be a new original idea that you have.)
Your thesis statement must directly address the aforementioned prompt in the introduction. A thesis statement may be more than one sentence. Be specific in your thesis statement, not just generally descriptive (e.g., avoid “In this essay I am going to talk about…). The rest of the essay should then provide in-depth explanation and evidence that is based on your original thesis statement from the introduction.