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Week #11 Serow Questions (due by Sunday 4-8 @ 11:59 pm)
Each Serow Chapter Question NEEDs to have the following:
At Least 4-5 college-level quality, analytical sentences with 1 citation/quote from Serowàexample: (Serow, 94)
In-text citations or Footnotes/Endnotes will sufficeèèèPLEASE NOTE:
◊ ALL citations NEED TO BE BOLD in order to get full credit for them
◊ If you do NOT cite, you will receive NO CREDIT for that question
use Times New Roman font 12 or comparable ONLY
Submit ALL questions as one assignment to www.turnitin.com (within Blackboardà“Assignments” Menu button)
PLEASE NOTE: If your www.turnitin.com “Similarity %” is 21% or higher, you will lose points and the paper will be examined very closely for plagiarism and thus could receive a 0!!!
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Reading #32 – Richard Neustadt – Presidential Power and the Modern President.
Why is persuasive power essential for successful presidential leadership?
Reading #35 – Thomas Cronin & Michael Genovese -The Paradoxes of the American Presidency.
Identify the nine paradoxes of the American Presidency and identify which paradox is the most striking/revealing to you and explain why?
Reading #36 – Craig Rimmerman- The Rise of the Plebiscitary Presidency.
What are the characteristics of the plebiscitary presidency?
What factors have lead to the development of the modern, personal plebiscitary presidency?
Reading #37—Gil Troy – Leading from the Center
Do you agree with Gil Troy that Americans prefer their presidents to put forth policies that are more centrist and represent a consensus among various groups or should Presidents argue only their party’s hardline agenda and not compromise? Explain