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Please number response to match question:
1. n your own words, what is the Constitution?
To you, what does it say about the rights of people? Note: Be careful, because it is not obvious what “rights” are really in the Constitution and it would be a mistake to use that stuff “everybody knows,” because it is technically insufficient and often incorrect.
Rather than taking on the whole landscape, choose four “rights” and give specific evidence that it is a right and from where this right emanates. Be sure what you choose truly addresses granting rights to the people specifically and not rights that you think are implied by the wording.
How would you characterize the overall position of perspective of the current United States Supreme Court (USSC)? Note: One might say that the Warren Court was more concerned with Due Process and individual rights. This court is likely to deal with some tough issues about privacy, and acceptable behavior towards the interrogation of non-citizens.
2. Separation of powers is one of the most important principles in American government. Discuss why it is important to have a neutral and nonbiased Supreme Court.
Next, is it possible to have such a thing as a neutral and unbiased court? Explain your position.
Make sure you include and discuss relevant examples to support the discussion.
Please, as always, indicate the person to whom you are posting a reply.
U.S. National Archives. (n.d.). Bill of Rights. Retrieved from http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/bill_of_rights_transcript.html